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Getting led to the wrong destination, or to a weird or sketchy road en route, by Google Maps. =This is a blend word that blends the words ‘screw(ed)’ and ‘Google’. The word Google here More…

scrub

An inferior person, newbie. =“We are scrubs because we are on scout team.” Etymology : The term is derived from the video game Street Fighter II to describe some players that were so bad More…

Scrub

A person who attempts to play and does poorly in a videogame. Also expanded to a person who is bad at other activities or in general. =Wow, did this scrub on our team really just waste all More…

Scrub (2)

(An allomorph of scrub) Someone who thinks they are important, but is really insignificant. Also can be used with the word noob. Also refers to someone with poor hygiene or appearance. More…

Scrub 6

(Verb) to do a hasty pass through over video footage, usually for quality confirmation =When editing a video, the editor would 'scrub' through raw footage before making use of it. More…

Scrub[5]

Someone who is exceptionally bad at a particular video game; dies very frequently. =That clan that we are playing is made of scrubs. Etymology : An analogy. A scrub is used to clean More…

scruffles

any short growth of facial hair; often used in a positive sense =Scruffles is a blending of scruffy and stubble. Scruffy, especially used in reference to a beard, means unkempt and shaggy. More…

scrumdiddlyumptious

delicious. Used to describe something delicious. Apparently formed by inserting the nonsense word diddly into scrumptious. From the movie Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. =That's More…

scrumlicious

Used to describe very good food ('dinner was scrumlicious') =Dinner yesterday was scrumlicious. Etymology : [blending: 'scrumptious' ADJ. + 'delicious' ADJ. -scrumlicious ADJ.] More…

scrump

Describing something that is pleasing; something that tastes very good. The speaker was looking for a shortened version of scrumptious. =Dinner tonight was so scrump! Etymology : More…

scrumps

1. Nourishment eaten in solid form. Food. 2. Desirable, wanted. Frequently heard among friends as a reference to food. Scrumps comes from the idea of food being scrumptious. The word More…

Scrumptulescent

Extremely tasty. (‘the scrumptulescent cheesecake’) Apparent meaning, etymology, and type of word formation: “Scrumptulescent” means extremely delicious. The word More…

scrumptulescent

Extremely delicious as well as esthetically pleasing The word was meant to convey how fantastic and lovely the food was. =This is an absolute scrumptulescent meal you have prepared.) More…

scrumptulescent

ncredibly delicious or good-looking; usually denotes a sense of being clear or lucid. =That runway fashion show was absolutely scrumptrulescent. Etymology : formed from roots More…

Scrumtrelescent

describing something that is beautiful and amazing In the skit the person being described was just too amazing for any other formerly used word; therefore, a new word was coined to be used More…

Scrumtrulescent

Luxurious, upscale. The speaker was attempting to lavish a certain amount of praise on a luxurious vehicle that had just been completed, and in a litany of praise, ran out of adjectives and More…

scuffed

(Zero Derivation) Characterized as messed up, abnormal, low quality. =The term scuffed has more familiarly been used to characterize an object that has been damaged or marred by scratching More…

scump

an abundance of or a large and concentrated amount. Interpretation of intended meaning a lump within a scoop of some mixture Presumed reason for coinage To create one word to describe a More…

scuppernong

a small, imaginary, furry, woodland creature This is an example of a semantic change, where an existing word takes on a new meaning. This word is often used as a sort of practical joke. The More…


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