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To have a large muscular mass, usually coupled with being strong, but primarily a word to make note of physical size ="You must be hitting the gym regularly, you are looking pretty More…

Swole(1)

(adjective) To be in very good physical shape, notably with extremely large or oversized muscles. The word comes from the fact that the person (usually a male) now has a swollen appearance. More…

Swole15

(adjective) someone who is cut (physically fit in a big way) =The word swole typically describes someone who frequents the weight room with the intentions of getting bigger, and gaining More…

Swolemate

A life-long companion of exercise. Above all others, your swolemate’s health and wellbeing must be addressed ahead of other individuals in your life. This ensures the proper habits of their More…

Swolio

A state of being impaired from pain of working out too much. =Often times after a series of strenuous workouts, you are unable to walk or use door handles. In the worst scenario, you are More…

swoll

It’s an adjective that means muscular or physically fit. It’s used mainly to describe someone with a great physique. This term is probably used mostly by those who are athletes More…

Swoll

Having a well-shaped body; physically attractive. I have heard this term several times, but I never cared to ask what it meant, until now (because I had to do this word journal). More…

Swoll (1)

having a very muscular or toned body =I first heard this word while listening to some of friends talk about how hot their landlord was. It is a clipping from the word swollen. I believe More…

swoll (2)

((swollen) - (en) = swoll) swoll, adj. very muscular and strong; buff =Swoll is a clipping of the word swollen, though the meaning has changed through metaphor. A characteristic of being More…

Swoll (4)

( ) illustrating the idea of looking physically powerful as a result of one's muscle build and general size. =The semantic implications involved in the term relate to the period More…

swoll(5)

muscular =A person is described as swoll much like they would be described as muscular. Trying to get swoll is trying become muscular. Etymology : clipping of "swollen" More…

Swone

To own (see OWN), to totally dominate, to be much superior to someone else, especially used for video games. The speaker was looking for a way to express complete dominance. Because this More…

swong box

A laptop issued by Dr. Stephen Wong =I had to get a swong box because I have Mac, but I need to use Windows. Etymology : Dr. Stephen Wong is a professor in the Rice Computer Science More…

Swong-box

A laptop loaned out from Professor Stephen Wong for Comp 410. In particular, they are a Lenovo X201 Tablet. =My swong-box is a great laptop. Etymology : Blending of Stephen and Wong. Box More…

Swoon

Swoon is a clipping of swoon-worthy and is used to describe someone who is very attractive. I believe that is was clipped because swoon, while still an adjective, is used more as an More…

swoonworthiness

(affixation) Of such physical attractiveness that the object should make one faint. =Used to describe very attractive men; primarily used by women in informal conversation. Etymology : More…

Swoop

(Verb) To pick someone up, or to steal. =Usage of this word occurs in two occasions to refer to either picking someone up in your car, or to stealing someone else’s chair or possession. The More…

Swoosh

name of 'check' symbol for Nike products. =The swoosh sign on the shoe was black. =Conversation in shoe store

swoosh

The logo of the Nike Corporation, resembling a rounded off check-mark. =The Nike logo is called the swoosh, it appears 32 times in the annual report... =Conversation

Swooshtika

Derogatory reference to the distinctive logo of the Nike Corporation. Alludes to the powerful hegemony of Nike in the world of sportswear and marketing, the blind logo-worship of unthinking More…


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