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schmammered

state of intoxication =used by drunk people to describe their drunken state. Etymology : Smashed + hammered. A blend as well as a derivation (what words become when a drunk person says More…

schmeh

An interjection used to mock someone’s speech, specifically of geeks or nerds; used in situations where the listener cannot comprehend the expression of someone. Interjection derived More…

schmonkeys

(euphemism) used to express discontent =Schmonkeys, I left my keys in your car. Used in place of shit. Etymology : euphemism for shit =friend, Spring 2009

Schmoop

(v.) to squeeze someone’s cheeks so that their mouth is pushed together; (n.) a term used to describe someone who exudes cuteness; (adj.) schmoopy: someone whose cheeks are especially More…

Schnazz

Style; class; impact. Despite its questionable origins, the very word schnazz has a cool, hip, fashionable sound to it – perhaps an example of sound symbolism, just as oomph portrays More…

schnazzy

excellent, impressive Slang terminology is constantly being introduced by young teenagers, such as this speaker. In the place of existing words, such as “sweet” or More…

Schniblet

(Slang) The small pieces of rubber you find on a turf field. =This word is likely just a nonsense syllable followed by the diminutive suffix ‘-let’. As far as I know it is used nearly More…

Schnockered

drunk is just a funny word to describe the state of intoxication. =I bet the priests were schnockered out of their minds. Etymology : Totally new creation, resembles other intoxicated More…

schock

To lick with extreme vigor and lots of slobber Possible Reasons Used: To express disgust at what had just occurred by using more than just the added emphasis that an exclamation mark More…

scholar up

Put yourself in a frame of mind so you can do work, such as do research or write an article. To suddenly immerse yourself in work. Make yourself act like a scholar. Used by professors and More…

Scholar up

(verb) To reference a paper or essay retroactively; to add in-text references after the writing is complete. Used to add credibility to a research paper where you haven't really done More…

Scholly

Scholarship =The clipping isn’t total, or else the resulting word would be schol. The -ly¬ added to the word gives the word a more informal, complete feel to it. Etymology : Colloquial More…

School

To do noticeably or substantially better than someone. The meaning derives from associations with school and competing to see who can perform better. Could also refer to teaching, as in More…

schooled

to perform more effectively in a game or sport than another individual or group. Schooled is a verb that comes from the noun school. Using it implies that you are teaching someone how to More…

Schooled

act of having someone make a great play against you, or consistently make better plays than you. Can be used for many sports. Probably comes from being taught or educated on how to play, as More…

schrute

To act in a way that alters the outcome of an event in a negative way =The term 'schrute' was originally zero derived from the proper noun 'Schrute', referring to More…

Schtuff

(Creative Respelling) a general category noun for any person, object or action; stuff =Schtuff is used in almost the exact way as “stuff,” except that it emphasizes the begin of the word More…

schtup

to have sex It serves as another colorful euphemism for sex. It has sound symbolism in that it seems rough and vulgar, which fits in to the coarse nature of its usage. It is used because, More…

schumacher

To create a sequel to or continuation of a work of media that does not stand up to the original creator’s intent and/or talent. Presumed reason for coinage The author wished to link More…

Schwa

An interjection expressing surprise and disbelief. Schwa is a contraction – almost a blending and clipping – of sh(it) and wha(t), two commonly used injerjections. The former is More…


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