Navigation


TELE-FRAG

to kill someone by teleporting to their position Apparent meaning: to be killed in a video game by someone teleporting into your current position, thereby killing you Reason used: quicker More…

teledildonics

(noun) electronic sex-toys meant for the coordinated use of 2 people, possibly vast differences apart ="Clare and Adam found the trials of a long-term relationship difficult, and hoped More…

telehealth

(blending) A set of technologies that facilitate remote communication among healthcare providers and/or their patients. Telehealth has become a prominent term in recent years due to novel More…

Telepathetic

1. Pathetic from a distance. 2. Being an extremely unskilled telepath. =Originally a mistaken adjectival form of the word “telepath,” it became a term for someone who is particularly More…

telephone number

(noun) The catalog number for an astronomical object. =“That's the telephone number there, in case anyone's interested.” Etymology : Catalog numbers for astronomical objects are More…

telescam

Illegal money-making schemes conducted by phony telemarketers. =For Downs, the secret finally came out when she gave her 19 children and grandchildren shoe boxes stuffed with nearly More…

Televangelism

A practice where a Christian minister broadcasts many of their sermons on Television. Often uses its wide audience to collect donations, which are mostly used to enrich the minister, More…

televangelist

An evangelist who conducts regular religious services on television. =Ole Anthony and his merry band take on the televangelists. =US News

televangelist

a Christian preacher or pastor whose primary audience is television viewers ="Sunday Morning Televangelist admits to affair" Etymology : blending of: television + evangelist More…

Televoidance

[n.] Avoiding a person by pretending that you are talking on your cell phone when he or she comes near you. ="I am guilty of televoidance; I use it whenever I pass Andrew on the way More…

Temporicide

the killing of time. apparent meaning: the killing of time =These days I did nothing but temporicide. Etymology : From the novel concatenation of the Latin morphemes 'tempor' meaning More…

ten

A person, especially a girl, who is really attractive ="Ten" is taken to mean the person who deserves a rating of ten on a ten-point beauty scale. It's a metonymic More…

Ten-bagger

stocks that achieve a ten-fold gain (1000%) very quickly. Often associated with Internet related stocks It is a term derived from baseball, where a four-bagger is a home run. Its use was More…

tennistify

to mentally puzzle an opponent by beating them so badly using one’s tennis skills reason used: to convey just how well she played, her skills were so great that it left her opponent More…

tentist

One whose occupation is to design large, elaborate tents for formal and special occasions. =This word was humorously coined by an excited employee who chose a site for his wedding. This More…

terf

A radical feminist whose feminist philosophy does not include, or actively excludes, trans women. Used commonly in feminist circles on social media. =It's always disappointing when More…

Terraform

To try and make a planet similar to Earth so that people would be able to inhabit it. =Scientists are trying to discover ways to terraform other planets or at least set up living quarters More…

terraform

To change a planet's surface and atmosphere so that life as it exists on Earth is possible. =And that's the question that will shift us to the next level of our fascination with the More…

terribleness

State of being ridiculous or ludicrous , I first heard my friend Erica use this about two weeks ago. She has a penchant for adding the noun forming suffix “-ness” to every noun More…

terrifitastic

Something very good, presumably a stronger word than either ‘terrific’ or ‘fantastic’ used separately. Used in an email to describe the upcoming college plays. More…


Navigation

Pages: << Prev 1 .. 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 .. 35 Next >>


# $ & ( + - 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 @
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z [ a ab c e f g u v