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Catch 22

a dilemma; a particularly difficult situation with only options that will only lead to negative consequences Etymology : from Joseph Heller's novel Catch 22 about circular logic. The More…

Catdaddy

(or verb; Novel Creation) N. A dance move originated by the Rejectz- moving your arms in a wheel chair motion and dropping low. V. to act out this particular dance move =The Rejectz came More…

catechism

From Westminster Catechism =Used to refer to the document "Westminster Catechism". Assumed readers are familiar with this text, which was meant to educate Protestant members on More…

Catfish

a person with a false internet identity, a person posing as someone else on the internet Etymology : from the MTV show Catfish documenting cases of catfish =Conversation September More…

Catfish (2)

To partake in romantic activities online with somebody under a false identity. =A person can “catfish” another person by creating a profile with a false identity online and then partaking More…

Catly

Resembling a cat in physical appearance or mannerisms. Possible reason used: The professor wanted an adjective to describe a person and since the professor is absolutely obsessed with cats, More…

catness

The quality or condition of being a cat. “Catness” was innovated during a linguistics lecture where the Professor needed to refer to the degree at which different objects More…

Cattitude

A way of talking or placing of body position that implies or indicates one feels more intelligent, fashionable or of high class than another; sassy, rude =I first started using this word More…

cattle-chute

(Zero Derivation) To hurry in a tight, single-file line with a brief checkpoint at the end. =The verb comes from the noun cattle chute, which is a corridor made to move cattle in a More…

Caucacity

(Noun) Typically refers to an act of doing something that is stereo-typically white. =“Can you believe that Sergio left his door unlocked all day long, the caucacity” Etymology : blend of More…

cavebait

Clickbait for cavemen =Compounding of cave from cavemen with bait, formed by analogy to clickbait. Nonce word for a discussion of mixing past eras with modern clickbait. Etymology : From More…


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