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shook

To be upset and distressed, or surprised as a reaction to an event =Shook was most likely a coined as a humorous form of “shaken”, and is often used in the phrase “I am shook”. Shook has a More…

Shook11

Excited or apprehensive, usually regarding high-stakes situations. =The word takes on similar meaning of the adjective shaken, insofar as one can be shaken by events. But via conversion, More…

Shoot-Dang

Shoot-Dang, Interjection Curse Word [Compound formed from roots shoot and dang (both curses themselves)] =Used as a curse to express disgust/anguish. Etymology : An expression of More…

shoot-down

A statement that successfully ruins the point a person is trying to make and destroy his or her argument. Not only is this neologism humorous, because it sounds odd to those who have not More…

Shooting

(Verb) The process of a person attempting to pursue someone romantically. =“Hey man I think I’m going to shoot my shot with Sarah, hopefully she likes me.” Etymology : None More…

shopaholic

someone who is addicted to shopping, someone who shops on a more than regular basis =You’re such a shopaholic. You go to the mall almost every weekend.

Shopaholic

someone who is addicted to shopping =(In a Shopaholics Anonymous meeting scene in the movie "Confessions of a Shopaholic") D.Freak: "My name is D. Freak. Uh, I'm a More…

shopathon

A marathon of shopping; a long continuous day or period of time filled with nothing but shopping ('I bought a lot during today's shopathon') Used in this context, shopathon implies a long, More…

Shopgrifting

to 'rent' something for free by purhcasing it and then returning it within 30 days for a full refund. =His shopgrifting is totally shameless. Etymology : Compound of shop + grift "to More…

shoplift

(semantic change from generalization) to steal from a person =This term has been generalized from its meaning of to steal something from a store such as to shoplift a candy bar from a More…

shopped

Manipulated or altered by an image editor. =One can say an image is "shopped" if it exhibits qualities typical of photo manipulation, such as airbrushing. Etymology : The term More…

shopped(1)

shortened form of the term “photoshopped,” having been altered or edited by Adobe Photoshop or any similar image manipulation program. =The term originally referred exclusively to the More…

shopping cart

the place which items one intends to purchase on the internet are placed =The term “shopping cart” referring to internet shopping has a metaphorical connection to shopping carts used in More…

shorteralls

(blending) loose shorts with a bib or biblike piece to which shoulder straps are attached. =But I feel good. And not just because in my shorteralls I found a bag of Tastetations, a More…

Shortie

a girl, usually in the late teens to late twenties. Apparent Meaning: girl. Reason Used: to identify with a particular group (especially rap culture) and to seem cool. =Many rap songs sing More…

shortie

A person’s girlfriend; a lady friend; proper noun used to describe someone’s significant other who is female As a common name for girlfriend =How’s your shortie doing? More…

Shorty

Generic term describing a desirable female. A girl. Probably from the fact that females are generally shorter than males. =Hey, let’s get away, get a room on the other side of More…

shorty

An attractive female, a girlfriend, or a female friend. Commonly used in an informal way as a term of endearment. Reason used: Shorty is a term of endearment for a girl who you think is More…

shotgun

Drinking a beer extremely quickly by puncturing the side of a can and opening the top to release pressure and allow faster flow of liquid. Name of a practice in drinking, and slang makes it More…

shotgun [a beer]

(verb) To make a puncture hole on the side of a beer can (usually with a key), and chug the entire contents of the beer can from that hole. The key that is used to make the hole is called More…


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