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Wannabe

Shortened way of saying an individual desires something or aspires to be something. Easier than enunciating want, to and be. Plus it provided for some neat rhymes for the spice girls. =If More…

WAP

Wet Ass Pussy =This is a word mainly used to refer to exactly what it means, but it had a large cultural impact in 2020. The phrase and its identically named song have become associated More…

Wapse it up

Slang meaning to work diligently and productively This is slang from the Cayman Islands probably meaning working diligently and productively. This phrase consists of lone words brought over More…

WAR

(and prepositional phrase) WAR is an acronym that stands for “Wins Above Replacement.” It is a statistic used in baseball to determine how valuable a player is to a specific team by More…

war texting

A technique used to break into a vehicle’s security system via text messaging. =“Researchers at iSec Partners, a cybersecurity consultancy, have shown how a car’s wireless connections can More…

Warchalk

to indicate where a wireless internet network exists and how it can be accessed. Often, wireless internet networks are not protected with a password, and are therefore open to anyone with a More…

Warden

Father or authority figure of the household. The term seems to suggest that the child is making fun of the father’s role as the enforcer of rules in the household. The child is More…

Warez

Pirated or illegally downloaded software, such as PC games or other programs. This is another word used by gamers and the internet-savvy. It also appears in weblogs. Hackers prefer to More…

warg

(novel creation) To gain control of an animal telepathically, used in the fictional world of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire book series ="Wait, in Arya's More…

Warlord-in-chief

A commander-in-chief (the US president) who is overambitious in his war-related efforts. =The replacement of the word commander with warlord suggests a less rational and perhaps medieval More…

warmpire

A person or animal who uses others for body heat, often via close contact =Vampire and warmpire have surprisingly similar pronunciations and if one butchers either enough and in a certain More…

Warped

(Metaphor) Messed up; confusing, twisted, bizarre. The adjective 'warped' originally referred to a material, especially metal or wood, that had been twisted or deformed, but More…

Warrant Wagon

(Adjective) Warrant Wagon is a compound and an adjective. Warrant Wagon refers to any vehicle that look as if someone who has committed a crime would try to escape in. An example would be a More…

Wasbian

(blending/clipping) A former lesbian who is currently in a heterosexual relationship. ="She used to be with my sister, but now she's a wasbian." Etymology : A blending of More…

washed

1. hung-over 2. tired This may possibly be an extension of the meaning of “washed up” in the sense that someone who is washed up had their moment at the top and they are on the More…

Wasian

A person who is half-white, half-Asian. =Tina makes a funny Wasian! Etymology : Windian, noun [white, w- + Indian]; Blend of the words “white” and “Asian” More…

Wasp

Someone who is Caucasian and rich The word may have been used to convey to the audience that a character must have liquor since she’s rich (implied by the term wasp) and since More…

Wasp

One who comes from a well off family, literally “White Anglo Saxon Protestant” Used describe a semi-derogatory term for someone who grew up in a well-off family since it invokes More…

waspy

in cowboy jargon, referring to a wild horse or bovine that is liable to buck, run off, or charge you The cowboys on the ranch, where I grew up used this word to describe a lot of things. More…

Wassup

Hi, hello, or what is going on? It is a way of asking how a person is or what someone is doing. Possible reason used: It is an informal greeting used among friends. It arises from a More…


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