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  • Earful-320x380
    Slang with E, Slang Word of the Day


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    Definition: a verbal reprimand or verbal criticism, a long talk Examples: 1.) Mandy got an earful from her father when she got home late. 2.) Boy, did I get an earful from my wife when I forgot our anniversary! She went on and on about how I didn’t love her anymore and how selfish I…

  • Loudmouth
    Slang with L, Slang Word of the Day


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      Definition: an obnoxious person who pushes his/her ideas on others in an overbearing way, usually knowing nothing about the topic. Such person often thinks that other people are ignorant and stupid, and they often slam and belittle people who know the real facts. They think they are experts but they know zero.   Example:…

  • Zonked-320x480
    Slang with Z, Slang Word of the Day

    Zonked | Zonked out

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    Definition:  under the influence of drugs or alcohol Examples: 1.) Phil was so zonked after smoking marijuana that he just sat in the corner doing nothing. 2.) Don’t you think you’re too zonked to drive, dude? Variety:  This slang is typically used in American and Australian English but may be used in other varieties of English too. Quick Quiz: Johnny was…

  • MeatSpace-320x480
    Slang with M, Slang Word of the Day


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    Definition: a term used by young internet users to mean the physical world, in contrast to the virtual world of “cyberspace”  Examples: 1.) Many computer geeks are more comfortable in cyberspace than in the real world of meatspace. 2.) A: “Do you wanna get together tomorrow?”      B: “You mean online or in meatspace?” Feed Reader…

  • Beat-320x380
    Slang with B, Slang Word of the Day


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    Definition: 1.) tired, exhausted, weary (Adjective) informal adjective: beat Pronunciation: /biːt/ Examples: 1.) After running for an hour, I was totally beat so I had to lie down for a while. 2.) Pete’s working too hard. He looks really beat when he gets home and he hasn’t even got the energy to play with his…

  • Lame-Featured-Image-150x150
    Slang with L, Slang Word of the Day


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    Definition: (Adjective) 1.) (of a person or animal) unable to walk normally because of an injury or illness affecting the leg or foot. 2.) (of an explanation or excuse) unconvincingly feeble. Parts of Speech: adjective: lame comparative adjective: lamer superlative adjective: lamest Synonyms: limp, hobble, feeble, weak, thin, poor, flimsy (Verb) 1.) make (a person or animal) lame….

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  • Dough
    Slang with D, Slang Word of the Day


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    Definition: Cash/Money, a token or object that functions as exchange value that is socially and legally accepted in payment for goods and services. Examples: 1.) I spent all my dough on my new ride. 2.) I lost all my dough gambling in Las Vegas. Talk about ‘Dough’ in the Forum This ‘Slang word’ appears in…

  • Old-School
    Slang with O, Slang Word of the Day

    Old School

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      Definition: 1.)A positive appellation referring to when things weren’t flashy but full of substance, were done by hard work, didn’t pander to the lowest common denominator, and required real skill. Labor-saving devices, shortcuts that reduce quality and quitting before the task is done are not characteristics of “old school.” 2.)from a previous period, and…

  • Indie-300x299
    Slang with I, Slang Word of the Day



    Pronunciation: /ˈɪndi/ Your browser does not support the audio element. Source: Google –This ‘Slang word’ appears in these categories– Slang word of the Day Slang with I



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