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adverb; compounding compounding of "brain" and "raped"
feeling victimized by something; helpless; overwhelmed
 
Derived from the words "brain" and "raped." The word "brain" refers to the part of the brain that deals with academic thinking/problem solving. The "raped" portion of the word refers to being conquered, triumphed over, and victimized by some academic material. It has a negative connotation, because a student who feels this way never feels like he or she performed well on the academic material. This word was coined, because it's a good method to show the intense difficulty present in some academic material.
Etymology : compound formed from "brain" and "raped"
Source : "I couldn't answer half the questions on that test. I felt like I got brain-raped" (classmate in conversation).
Last modified: 5 December 2011


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