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Swangin'

swerving a car back and forth by rapidly turning the steering wheel (left and right ...repeatedly.) =I lost a wheel while swangin'. =Conversation explaining gang terminology

swasted

(blending) to be super drunk or wasted. =Kevin was definitely swasted at that party last night. Etymology : from the blending of ‘so’ and ‘wasted.’ usually, the person is too drunk to say More…

swatch

(from noun to verb; to test a sample, usually of makeup or paint) to apply a small amount of product, usually makeup or paint, to a surface in order to test the product. =Can I swatch your More…

Sway

Slang term meaning cool or hip; similar to ‘clutch’ ‘Sway’ has the connotation of being less-intense and more laid-back than ‘swinging.’ Possibly More…

sweater

the state of being in a sweater reason used: shorter to say “I’m sweatered and ready to go” than “I put on my sweater and am ready to go” =It’s so cold More…

Sweater weather

(compounding) The period of the year associated with fall and winter clothing, particularly sweaters, scarves, and boots. =This term usually refers to the period that begins after the first More…

Sweatsday

(Compound) A day in the week when you cannot be bothered to wear nice clothes, so you wear sweatpants. =Play on the names of the days of the week. Etymology : Sweats are a reference to More…

Sweaty/Sweaties

a tryhard video game player; an inexperienced video game player that is trying to advance in ranking too quickly, so he/she is constantly making mistakes that could otherwise be avoided More…

sweaxy

The feeling of having an attractive glow of good health after exercising. Used by a friend to describe her feeling after a workout. =Used by a friend to describe her feeling after a More…

sweepings

food leftovers eaten after a main meal The word “sweepings” is currently defined as “things collected by sweeping; rubbish.” You could talk about the sweepings on a More…

sweet

meaning good or awesome Apparent Meaning: something is seen as good or awesome =Sweet man. Etymology : Old English-sw te =Term used by a co-worker

Sweet

A playful term used for someone acting in a homosexual, soft, and/or flamboyant manner. =Being "sweet" in this sense carries its original meaning in regard to being used toward a More…

sweet (

(metaphor) a derogatory term used to describe someone who is not heterosexual; usually describes a homosexual male =This term originates from the southeastern part of the United States, More…

sweet as

Originally an analogy describing one object as being “as sweet as” another; now a common exclamation in New Zealand used in a similar manner as the American “sweet!” More…

sweet(1)

marjuana Etymology : from the word "sweet" =“I’m rollin sweets” (Lil’ Wayne, May 2010)

swellabolicious

characterized by being good, positive, extremely pleasing I made this word up in high school. It just means extremely good It has the familiar ‘swell’ and ‘licous’ More…

Swerve

(from verb to interjection; metaphor) Awesome, sweet. An interjection voiced as approval of what has been said. Developed through a metaphor of swerving, or veering, away from potential More…

swerve

(A metaphor.) To avoid someone or try to shake them off (in a social sense). ="Swerve" is used in social situations where it seems one person is trying to avoid another. It can be More…

swerve (1)

(Semantic change and also Onomatopoeia is involved to convey a sense of dizziness. An example of polysemy. Metaphor is also involved as well as zero-derivation from swerve.) Used to describe More…

Swerve1

A rude way to say ‘move out of the way’. =The word swerve in this context is usually used as a slang command. If a person is in another’s view during a concert, he might say to him, “C’mon More…