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truthy

Of or pertaining to the truth =Used to blithely sum up a paragraph long discussion on the nature of the truth as related to the media. The -y adjective forming suffix is generally More…

try

(generalization) To make a phone call. =The verb "try" meaning to make an attempt, was often used in phrases such as "try to call" and "try to reach." These More…

Tryhard

(NOUN) n. One who expends great effort rather conspicuously, not necessarily an overachiever, but an overworker. This does not necessarily have to be in a field in which achievement is More…

tryna

Trying to, going to, or wanting to. This word probably originated with rap and hip hop artists. It can be used to express many actions that will be done. =“We tryna get dinner or what?” More…

Tryna

(Blending) To try to "get with" (with romantic or sexual intentions) =He kept tryna with her and she kept saying no. Etymology : A blend of the words trying and to, from More…

tryna (1)

trying to make a move, trying to get laid =This word is used jokingly by friends to tease each other asking if they are making a move on a third-party person. It is a more efficient way of More…

tryptophanned

This seasonally applicable term denotes the state of drowsy semi-stupor that tends to settle into a person or family after a large Thanksgiving meal. Origin: This word is formed with the More…

trysexual

Describing someone who is not bound by any one mode of sexuality. Developed by a roommate as a joke on the ‘-sexual’ terms, suggesting that someone will try anything. More…

trysexual

Someone who is willing to try anything sexually. He wanted to express that he likes to do weird things in bed, so he wanted girls who were willing to do anything. It's just more More…


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