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Sus(1)

Suspicious or sketchy in nature. =This adjective is a shortening of the word, “suspicious”, clipping it down to its first syllabus. This most likely occurred due to the shortening and More…

sus(2)

(clipping of “suspicious” and “suspect”) scandalous, dubious, of disreputable or “shady” character =The word conveys similar meaning to the words that it stems from, but it is shortened in More…

sushify

Undercooked Apparent meaning: To undercook a piece of meat. Here, the verb ending –IFY seems to mean to make like, so sushify means to make like sushi. Although sushi refers More…

Suspicioned

(verb) 'suspected' =People commonly think “suspicioned” is a word and use it in contexts where the typical word used might be “suspected.” People tend to use it in situations More…

suspish

be suspicious of, become suspicious of. In this case, it was evident that the speaker was attempting to make others laugh at the absurdity of the neologism. =When are people going to start More…

Suspowledge

Something that one knows that others only suspect. Something you know but others only suspect. Meaning is a direct blend of the source words. =I had suspowledge about [how Anish got that More…

Sustain

A term specific to Lovett College’s student governing body, the Central Committee, this term is used in place of “abstain” in all Central Committee meetings. Origin & More…

suxorz

To not be agreeable, okay. Shibboleth or association of any word ending in –orz to the leet (elite, 1337) community. Computer gamers often append –orz to the end of many words. More…

suxxor

not be any good; to suck. My brother is very much into computers in general and computer games in specific, which puts him in contact with many other rather nerdy kids like himself. This More…

svelt

to be cool or in style =Slang adjective used in pop culture. Etymology : unknown

sveltering

(svelte + sweltering) used to describe a healthy, womanly figure =A compliment used by fashionistas, sveltering means more than simply 'skinny'. It has widened the definition to More…

swack

To hit something in a swift motion. “Swack” was formed from a speech error by Justin N. The verbs “swat” and “smack” are similar in meaning, connotation, More…

swack (2)

(VERB) To take attention or steal style from someone. =Often a person's style may infringe upon or flat out copy another's. The term may have began as 'took my swagger,' More…

swacket

A garment having traits of both a jacket and a sweater =This word is a blend of the words "jacket" and "sweater"; it refers to a jacket made of a knitted, sweater-like More…

swag

(swagger N > swagga N > swag N) unique personality or style =Swag is a noun used in the hip hop community. To be told that you have swag is a compliment, and it can be likened to More…

Swag

(Clipping) someone's "coolness" as determined by the way they carry themselves =This differs from how its base form - swagger - has been used in the past in that it is More…

swag (2)

one's personal style and demeanor in which they carry themselves =I totally dig his killer swag. Etymology : possible clipping of 'swagger' ="Turn my Swag on" More…

Swag (3)

(From the word swagger, removing the -er.) Presenting oneself in a positive "cool" light through dress or style to be admired or emulated. Traveling to a place in style & More…

Swag (4)

An appearance of confidence and coolness. =“I wish I had as much swag as Jarrell does…” Etymology : Clipping of “swagger” which means the same thing. =Soulja Boy song (2009) More…

Swag (9)

(clipping) the mannerisms in which one walks, carries themselves and dresses, it is a style, a lifestyle =“Omg, check out that guy’s swag, I love the way he dresses and look at that More…


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