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barf vader - Someone who breathes heavily and instills a sense of nausea.

e.g., The packed express elevator was silent but for the wind passing at high velocity through the nostrils of Barf Vader, the fat guy with halitosis, who had run two steps to catch his ride down.

submitted by ashsimmonds

barfare™ - Barack Obama promised to cut taxes for 95% of Americans, but 40% of Americans pay no taxes. When asked about that, a Democrat operative said the 40% would get tax credits. It was pointed out to her that tax credits are used to reduce taxes -- you can't reduce taxes for those who don't pay them. Similary, calling the largesse a tax rebate doesn't work. A new word is needed for the money to be handed out by the giverment. Barackfare, husseinfare, and obamafare were rejected. Barfare™ it is. Pronounced barf' air.

e.g., When I heard about barfare, I was flying between Cincinnati and St. Louis. On Barf Air, no less. It was the bumpiest flight I've ever been on. When I asked the stewardess if it was her regular route or if she was being punished, she said she was being punished regularly. … No, it didn't have anything to do with S&M, not as far as I know. I suppose it's possible, though, and that she was being doubly clever.

submitted by HD Fowler

barflism - Hanging out in bars, being a barfly.

e.g., I have a horrible hangover today due to a nasty bout of barflism I had last night.

submitted by Mike Huck

barfogenic - That which causes one to regurgitate -- sickening, nauseating.

e.g., A movie about murder can be detailed and even graphic without being barfogenic.

submitted by Stephen E. Moore

barfulous - Barf-inducing.

e.g., 1. The girls living next door to me thought that the flattened squirrel in our road was barfulous. 2. Alice: Look. I've got tapeworms. Bob: Barfulous.

submitted by DrewT

barg - To barg is to nearly swear. An obscenity beginning with "b" that tails off to "aarg." An exclamation.

e.g., Oh, barg. My pants came off in the industrial accident and I lost them.

submitted by Dave

bargainista - A really great bargain.

e.g., The turquoise and black holstein print jacket from the 12 Dollar Store was a bargainista.

submitted by Mary

bargainorific - Of a bargain of spectacular proportions.

e.g., Look at my new shoes, reduced from £85 to £5. How bargainorifc is that?

submitted by Vicky Clayton

bargarment - Noun. A piece of clothing that you have bought and was a bargain

e.g., This t-shirt is a bargarment. It is so nice and only cost ten pounds.

submitted by Carla - (www)

bargle - To nearly vomit, but not quite, halfway between burping and barfing. The substance one nearly vomits.

e.g., That little hole-in-the-wall seemed like a good place for lunch, but now I'm bargling. Their bargle doesn't even remind me of lunch. It's the nastiest bargle I've ever bargled.

submitted by Seam

bargle nawdle zouss - Singing, which is especially hard to do with marbles in one's mouth. From Weird Al's "Smells Like Nirvana."

e.g., It's hard to bargle nawdle zouss with all these marbles in my mouth.

submitted by Jesse

barguing - Bargaining in an argumentative manner.

e.g., My uncle was forced into barguing hotel prices because the hotel matron was pushy.

submitted by Matthew McFarland

bark second - when a vehicle "barks" its tires when shifting from first to second gear.

submitted by dust

barkada - Group of friends or circle of friends you hang around with. (This is a recent English word that comes from Tagalog, the national language of the Philippines. Popularized by Filipinos, including me.)

e.g., I was meeting up with my barkada at the mall, and later we were surrounded by hot chikas. Marion Mall in Adelaide, Australia, is the place to be.

submitted by Wes

barkative - What really noisy and continuously barking dogs dogs are.

e.g., Please don't play your trumpet. It makes all the dogs in the neighbourhood barkative.

submitted by Sophie

barkie bag - Doggie bag that you bring home from a restaurant for your pooch or some other animal.

e.g., I brought a barkie bag home for Roscoe.

submitted by Carolyn Loomis

barkophage - A menace to animals, a danger to non-humans.

e.g., My sister has been a real barkophage to the squirrels.

submitted by Lukas Friga

barkscaping - Using barkdust everywhere in a yard to avoid maintenance or visual interest.

e.g., The barkscaping around the building drains it of all character.

submitted by Elaine

barley pop - A beer.

e.g., Throw me another barley pop, Pop.

submitted by Brandon Ducharme

barm - Beer foam.

e.g., Is forming a huge barm when you pour it in pint glass the sign of a good pilsner?

submitted by Joel Parker - (www)

barmmg - The original, correct spelling of the noun often misspelled "bar."

e.g., We spent so much time at the barmmg last night that I had to barmmf when I got home.

submitted by Jersey Faceplant - (www)

barn - Gross, implying socially unacceptable behavior usually having sexual implications.

e.g., Lucille, dressed provocatively, grabbed me in the bar and asked me if I would buy her a drink. A bit astonished, but not wanting to cause a scene, I asked the barmaid to find out what the "lady in the blue blouse" was having and to put it on my tab. The last barn to pull such a trick with me had even more brazenly asked me if I wanted to buy her a Bloody Mary. One word for that one: No.

submitted by Dickie

barn mots - Those gurgly noises Barney makes while the other characters are talking. Pronounced "bahrn mohz." Derived from the French "bon mot" -- meaning "witticism" or "clever remark."

e.g., The older blond kid seemed to have a funny line there, but I couldn't hear him over the barn mots.

submitted by J. Hubbs

barnacle - Term of derision for those crusty old men who hang around in bars and clubs particularly favoured by the early 20s set. Invariably the barnacle will try to attach himself to the nearest passing example of nubile young womanhood after a few drinks -- i.e., follow her around all night, giving out creepy, lecherous, married vibes.

e.g., Cindy, don't look now but I think the barnacle with the comb-over by the bar's got his eye on you.

submitted by Zippy Broodstock

barnesology - Living the good life; the art or science of getting by on as little work or effort as possible.

e.g., Getting the free upgrade to "the big chair" on the flight was the ultimate in Barnesology.

submitted by spike - (www)

barney - A plain, ordinary, unremarkable male. | Fight. British English colloquialism. | Trouble. | A police officer or police cruiser, from Barney Fife of The Andy Griffith Show.

e.g., I don't know where she meets these barneys. (They're everywhere, they're everywhere!) | Let's get out of here -- I don't want to get dragged into a barney with them. | If we get caught, we're in serious barney. | Slow down, I see a barney up ahead.

submitted by franklet | andymac | Rain | Craig Robert - (www)

barney fifedom - In a large organization, a small department run in an authoritarian fashion by an incompetent manager.

e.g., It's a pain to get internet access, because that's Kevin's barney fifedom, and you know what a stickler for rules he is.

submitted by Marc Kevin Hall - (www)

barney it down - To simplify an explanation, as if to be understandable to Barney's audience. Generally involves removing any technical details.

e.g., I explained the difference between switches and hubs to the V.P. of Finance, but I had to barney it down quite a bit. | Harry K. barnied down his report, starting it with "A diode is a very simple and interesting device."

submitted by Casimir Couvillion

barnobia - The fear of Barney coming into your room while you sleep.

e.g., Ever since John watched the Barney video, he has had barnobias evey night.

submitted by David Socha

barooby - Like buckaroos or green, a word for cash money in hand.

e.g., Jim asked me if I had any baroobies on me to pay for the cab because all he had was his check card.

submitted by Desiree

barophylos - A person whose greatest pleasure is to spend time in local pubs and bars.

e.g., Robert is a real barophylos.

submitted by Tatomir Ion Marius

baroquish - Gaudy, distastefully ornate.

e.g., She has a baroquish sense of style.

submitted by Mike Leskiw

barouga - Used when one is bored, either in general or of the topic being discussed. A prompt to move on to something more exciting.

e.g., Bert: And then I went into my room. Ernie: Barouga. Ernie: Oh, okay, next topic.

submitted by Kirstin

barred - To be rejected in a conversation, to make a fool of yourself in a conversation.

e.g., Jane barred herself. | You just got barred.

submitted by Kerem

barrelassin - Driving or moving really fast.

e.g., Jillian was in such a hurry, that she was barrelassin down Bayshore Boulevard.

submitted by Donna

barried - Drunk.

e.g., We were barried

submitted by Ferg

barry - Rhyming slang for a bad day. Taken from Aussie singer Barry Crocker. Barry Crocker -- shocker.

e.g., "How's your day been?" "I'm having a Barry."

submitted by Taxigirl

barticulate - Fluent in the inanities heard in bars and nightclubs.

e.g., I'm here every night, so I'm very barticulate.

submitted by Nonesuch

barty - A party (such as a birthday party) that takes place at a bar.

e.g., Are you going to Lance's barty?

submitted by Mosely T - (www)

base - Good. Use "base" instead of "cool."

e.g., A: Just got the new Radiohead album. B. Base.

submitted by fish - (www)

baseline - To standardize a design.

e.g., We had to baseline the beta design to eliminate the flaws discovered in the alpha tests.

submitted by Joel Parker

baselope - A person with an abnormally large head.

e.g., Daniel has a big head, so he's a baselope.

submitted by daniel

basement - 1. Substandard or unacceptable. 2. Lame, not cool or funny. 3. Simple-minded or foolish.

e.g., The food and service at the restaurant was so basement the group decided to eat and leave without paying.

submitted by Mark Krokos

bashment - Happening event; very hot party.

e.g., I went to Tony's bashment last night.

submitted by tasha

bashnee - Cute and adorable, yet respected.

e.g., I would just love to pinch little Sarah's cheeks. She is not just a little doll; she is bashnee.

submitted by Laura Michaels

basho'changeo - Weight loss course.

e.g., You have tried every other course, so now you should take the Homer Simpson's basho'changeo course.

submitted by Martin

basic b flat - Average guy or girl.

e.g., "Did you see that guy?" "What guy?" "Exactly. Basic b flat."

submitted by nitag - (www)

basil metabolism - A critical chemistry for a green lifestyle.

e.g., Herb was a sweet guy, the very spice of life. He was firmly planted and could take it or leave it. This stemmed from his Basil metabolism, which he cultivated. Should you doubt ME, you can take Saint Joseph's wort for it.

submitted by S. Berliner, III - (www)

basingstoke! - Calm down. Chill out. From the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta "Ruddigore." "Basingstoke!" was an agreed-upon code word used on Mad Margaret whenever she was on the verge of going postal.

e.g., Basingstoke!

submitted by Thomas Kellner

basiophobia - The fear of kissing or kisses, "basio" meaning kiss in Latin and "phobia" a fear.

e.g., He had never kissed a girl in his life. Yet, at this very moment, her lips were about to touch him. He pulled away, realizing he had basiophobia.

submitted by CJ

basket of gravy - Something that is good like gravy, but not so good 'cause it's served in a basket.

e.g., Getting that new job would be a basket of gravy. Plenty of time off for the bruises to heal.

submitted by Atom

basking robin - A person who lies out in the sun too much; a future candidate for skin cancer.

e.g., Chris thinks a good way to attract a male is to be a basking robin.

submitted by Adrian R. Lawler - (www)

bass fiddle - Means of fishing using classical or jazz music.

e.g., He resorted to playing his bass fiddle after the castanets drove away all the bass.

submitted by S. Berliner, III - (www)

bass-ackward - Reversed order, ass-backward.

e.g., No, that isn't right. You have it all bass-ackward.

submitted by Lew

bass-ackwards - To perform an action in reverse, or ass backwards. | To do something completely stupid.

e.g., He was walking completely bass-ackwards. | Man, I was just bass-ackwards through that whole interview.

submitted by Mohammed Qureshi

bassackwards - Screwed up; completely inept; botched beyond belief. A variant of "back-asswards" and "backwards."

e.g., No, no, no. As usual you've got the whole thing bassackwards.

submitted by Lunch

basserific - As wonderful as a bass (yes, we mean fish here), better than bass, describing bass, really really spiffy.

e.g., My new car is basserific.

submitted by Nora - (www)

bassohol - An alcoholic fish extract.

e.g., Bassohol tastes really good.

submitted by Squackle! - (www)

bast - Bastard. Often said with an accent.

e.g., Jeff, you're a bast.

submitted by rainbow sunshine

bastage - A word used in a sympathetic way. Roughly, "you got a bad deal" or "too bad."

e.g., Bob: My girlfriend just ditched me. Slim: Bastage.

submitted by Guttius

bastage - Overly cruel or heartless person.

e.g., "Did you hear the assignment we got yesterday?" "Yeah, what a bastage Ms. Bennett is."

submitted by Dizzev - (www)

bastages, bastige - Bastards, best said with a southern twang. | Bastard.

e.g., They disconnected my cable. Those bastages.

Johnny Dangerously (1984):

Roman Moroni: You fargin sneaky bastage. I'm gonna take your dwork. I'm gonna nail it to the wall. I'm gonna crush your boils in a meat grinder. I'm gonna cut off your arms. I'm gonna shove 'em up your icehole. Dirty son-a-ma-batches. My own club!

Arthur: What a mouth on that guy!

submitted by Justin Shertzer | HD Fowler - (www)

bastard - A mild attempt to rescue this noun that seems about ready to disappear. Collins offers this definition of bastard: old-fashioned or offensive a person born of unmarried parents; an illegitimate baby, child, or adult. Decided to make this entry when it occurred to me that Julia's son Zachary is probably a bastard -- given that Julia doesn't seem "to have a man in her life."

e.g., If Frank Marshall Davis were, as some insist, the biological father of Barack Obama, would that make obama a bastard? Would it also remove all doubt that he's an American citizen? Does it matter whose name is given as the father on obama's birth certificate? Inquiring minds want to know.

bastard. | If you're an actual bastard and someone calls you a bastard, you're not agonna like it. My friend Homer didn't.

submitted by HD Fowler

bastard hat - An invisible device that has an overall negative effect on the wearer, turning her into a bastard.

e.g., "What's the matter with them today?" "Dunno, they must be wearing bastard hats."

submitted by Ben

bastards incorporated - (Australian slang.) A fictional company blamed for dud or inferior products.

e.g., After the fifth match failed to light, he said "That's another fine product from Bastards Incorporated."

submitted by Gerard

basting my wheels - Pushing my limits. | Annoying me, getting close to the edge. A warning that I am about to blow my top.

e.g., I'm warning you not to do it again; you're basting my wheels.

submitted by Steven K-Brooks

bastrogas - A mixture and blend of gasolines from several different unnamed sources, plant, animal, humanoid.

e.g., You're ripe and good to go with luscious bastrogas. Your levicraft will love it.

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

basturized - Contaminated or defiled in one way or another, with foreign or inferior substance, toxic or poisonous or germ matter perhaps.

e.g., Onions and green peppers were basturized in that part of the country so we assiduously avoided buying them or eating them. We substituted garlic and turnips in their place, which was acceptable or even preferable.

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

bat in the cave - Booger in your nose.

e.g., It's polite to use a tissue instead of your finger when you have a bat in the cave.

submitted by Tina

batata - A word commonly substituted for "potato' in the midwest."

e.g., S'good for ya. Got batatas in it.

submitted by Rick O'Shay

bath salts - "The street name for a group of stimulants made illegal this year." The term has been in the news (Drudge links) quite a bit recently, mid-year 2012.

e.g., If you're like I am, you've been wondering what possible connection there could be between acts of cannibalism and bath salts.

submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

bathosania - Weariness with profundity and deep meaning or the appearance of such.

e.g., Reading a lot of philosophy causes bathosania.

submitted by David C. Morrow

bathroomy - Adjective describing someone who seems to use the restroom much more than the average person.

e.g., We have to wait for you again? You are the bathroomiest person I know.

submitted by Larry

bathypath - (BATH-ih-path; n.) One who practices "bathos," the art of anticlimax. Like everything else in the world, it can be used for the comic as well as the cruel. [From the Greek bathy "deep" + pathy "feel" or "suffer."]

e.g., "Okay, so how long is this gonna take?!" "Hey, calm down." "Well, How Long?!!" "This might take ... wow, 30 or 40---" "I can't wait that long!" "Thirty or forty SECONDS. You are gonna have a heart attack. Here's your printout." "You're one of those insidious bathypaths, aren't you?"

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

bathysiderodromophobe - "A person afraid of riding the subway." One of several naming words mentioned in the linked column, "Naming Names,"by Charles Harrington Elster of The New York Times.

e.g., I think I'm probably a bathysiderodromophobe.

submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

batman - Taken from the first modern Batman movie (Keaton, Nicholson), from an early scene where Batman introduces himself to a lowlife. It's the name you use when things are getting weird and you need to be someone else. Like when you're pulled over for speeding. When the officer approaches just say, "I'm Batman."

e.g., Boss: I've got an assignment for you to work on this weekend. You: I'm Batman.

submitted by Garry (Batman)

batos loco - Crazy bastard, completely wild.

e.g., Chris is batos loco.

submitted by Jerome Greco - (www)

batos loco - "Vato loco" = "crazy guy" in Spanish and refers to a gang member. There is no such slang word as "batos" unless you are referring to more than one "vato." "V" and "B" are often confused in Spanish -- e.g., "varrio" instead of 'barrio."

e.g., Los vatos locos viven en las calles toda el pinche dia. = The crazy guys stay in the streets all day.

submitted by Rick Abrams

batress - A recent university arts graduate (B.A.) who has turned to waitressing as a profession due to a lack of job opportunities in her field.

e.g., Joan decided to batress until she hears back from the firms she applied to.

submitted by Natalie

batsurfaced - Having the surface covered with bats.

e.g., She wheeled the old, batsurfaced, wooden spaceship around to face the wind.

submitted by Nathan

batsy - Pronounced buhtsy, buttsy. Disappointing or below par.

e.g., I've just recovered from the 'flu, but I'm still feeling a little batsy.

submitted by Chloe

battaglia - 1. Used when a teacher gives you a ridiculous and impossible assignment to do, like finding all the words that rhyme with Battaglia (There aren't any). When I was a seventh grader the science teacher (incidentally, named Dr. Battaglia) at my school gave this assignment/punishment to the sixth graders, and it was legend. 2. Storming out or quitting. Sort of a "straw that broke the camel's back" incident. The aforementioned teacher did this after my class had an oobleck fight in his classroom.

e.g., 1. Name all the words in the English language that rhyme with orange? Man, the teacher was sure battagliaing. 2. Our art teacher quit after that paint fight we had? What a battaglia she pulled.

submitted by Rainbow Woman

battery chicken - 1. Chickens "kept in small cages with no room to turn or groom themselves." 2. An employee of a large corporation.

e.g., 1. Some vegan organisations protest raising battery chickens and stall pigs, considering the practices to be animal rights abuse. 2. I used to be a battery chicken, but I'm retired now.

submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

battle - Short for "battle buddy," another soldier who is by your side and guarding your back. Also a friend who helps you out when needed.

e.g., Thanks for stalling her while I got away, battle. I don't know what I'd have done if I'd seen that psycho again.

submitted by Selena

baud - Superior, excellent, outstanding.

e.g., Getting free beers at the bar is always baud.

submitted by john

bauer - Jack Bauer has just had the longest day of his life. He's not slept for 24 hours and his office job is sapping all his energy. Jack is tired as hell and very upset.

e.g., I've had one Bauer of a day.

submitted by Leemondio

bawa - Bottled water. "Wa'"came originally from some half-remembered scene in a movie about Helen Keller, where she stuck her hand under a running faucet and uttered her first word: "WwwaaAAaaaaAAAAhh!" "Bawa'" was coined to differentiate between bottled water and plain ole water -- which, of course, is "tapwa."

e.g., Thirsty? We've got iced tea, Tang, or bawa.

submitted by the mumbletiger

bawb - To post to a message board with absurdly high frequency in order to raise rankings amongst the frequent poster records. Usually considered vulgar.

e.g., In order to inflate his ego, Chris would bawb the board.

submitted by Shawn Forsythe

bawbag - A Scot's term of endearment.

e.g., Awright, ya bawbag, good tae see ya, how you bin doin?

submitted by Grant

bawky - Of or relating to New England crackers.

e.g., It's a great house, but it's in a really bawky neighborhood.

submitted by James Coffin

bawldy - One who is distraught over his appearance since losing his hair.

e.g., "It doesn't help you to wear that teflon hair piece, George." "Everyone still knows you're a bawldy."

submitted by Charlie Lesko

bawless - A person lacking testicles -- courage or fortitude, actually. The example is taken from a comment on, by "rightsnotprivileges" at 6:38 AM on March 2, 2011. I won't bother with the sic notation.

e.g., "Until a person is flat out saying 'I will kill so and so at this hour and this date because of whatever reason' and then actually follows through, then poor bawless little whiners need to get over themselves."

submitted by Miss Speller - (www)

bax - The back of the dvd box that gives the synopsis, cast of characters, and other specifics related to the film.

e.g., We weren't sure which movie we wanted to take out of the library, so we read the bax of each, and decided "Room" was the one for us.

submitted by jeanine wisniewski - (www)

bayag - Brave, bravery, guts.

e.g., A hundred-thirty pounds soaking wet, if he's that. And he stood up to that 5th degree black belt mongloid. Man's got bayag.

submitted by aldwin oliveros

bayside moment - When a situation happens that makes you feel as if you stepped into the lame but still great Saturday Saved by the Bell.

e.g., When Laura and Jodie were acting serious about fighting over the same guy, they were having a Bayside moment.

submitted by Lisa O

baywall - To talk for hours on end. One who talks for hours on end.

e.g., When Dean called, I knew I would have to cancel dinner plans because he'd baywall 'til dawn.

submitted by Lisa

bazeebas - Breakaway pants.

e.g., I best drop my bazeebas!

submitted by Robert Maule

bazeel - Lack of credibility; unable to be helped; beyond repair; hopeless; messed up.

e.g., This customer I have wants to buy a car but his credit is bazeeled.

submitted by Chuck

bazillion - A number so large that it could never really be counted to.

e.g., I would have made it here sooner, honey, but there were a bazillion cars on the road and they were all going really slow.

submitted by Keith Levey - (www)

bazipt - The appearance of the skin on your fingers and hands after prolonged exposure to water.

e.g., My fingers were all bazipt after a long soak in the bathtub.

submitted by Bitsy

bazzed - Excited and kinda worked up.

e.g., I'm getting bazzed about the party next March.

submitted by Sarah

bazzert - Baby talk for "dessert."

e.g., What's for bazzert?

submitted by Ron A. Zajac

bbc poison mill - The BBC's out-dated insistence that all new comedy writers go through the route of writing for any number of their lame topical comedy shows--thus poisoning them, and ensuring that when they finally get their own show, it will be filled with lame topical gags in place of genuine comic invention.

e.g., I'll bet you anything Lee & Herring went through the BBC poison mill.

submitted by Adam Leslie

bbitchbug - A beetle, Harmonia axyridis {HTML tags arenstripped.}, commonly known in the United States as the Asian lady beetle, related to and resembling ordinary ladybugs but with creating an outdoor nuisance in the fall; they invade houses, stain clothes, and bite people on whom they land. (Etymology: by analogy; lady~bitch, ladybug~bitchbug)

e.g., Aargh! I used to love that perfect autumn weather for doing stuff outside. Now the damn bitchbugs all over place have spoiled it! "Harmonia" my ass! Disharmonia is more like it!

submitted by Dr. Dan Muldoon

bbommp - This is the sound a forehead makes as it strikes the wall.

e.g., Whats so funny? You just hit the wall with your forehead; bbommp!

submitted by bbg

bbq - Used for any lame excuse.

e.g., What's your BBQ this time?

submitted by juse - (www)

bbuioys - When a salesperson walks with you everywhere in the store so she can sell something small like batteries.

e.g., Chris was bbuioys me and I only got batteries.

submitted by Jill

bcg's - BCG's are hideous military issue glasses. They are so bad that no chick would ever come near you with a pair on, hence the term "birth control glasses." More commonly referred to as BCG's.

e.g., Those are some serious BCG's. You arent really going to wear those -- are you?

submitted by andrew

bdong - Worse than bad and wrong, a combination of the two.

e.g., Killing is bdong.

submitted by Sebastian

be u timus - absolulety beautiful great job!

e.g., Holy cow! That girl is be U timus!

submitted by james neuhaus - (www)

be'ff - Contraction of "be" and "off" = to be off, to leave, to exit.

e.g., It's gettin' close to dinner time. Better be'ff.

submitted by Clayton Oliver

be'ins - Pronounced "beans." To ask someone that's just about to sit down, but hasn't quite, to do something for you.

e.g., Sue be'insed Rob when she said "Seeing as you're up, will you take my plate to the kitchen?" just before he sat down.

submitted by Syl Lindsay

beach-o-tainment - Any activity pursued at the beach for purposes of amusement or entertainment, such as beach volleyball, bodysurfing, building sandcastles, playing Frisbee, etc.

e.g., We had a great time at the beach today, but the best beach-o-tainment was when this guy rode by in the sand on his unicycle. Gnarly.

submitted by Paul

beachin' it - Seeking refuge or release by going to the beach; also synonymously used to decsribe that one is doing (or planning on doing)absolutely nothing: relaxing, zoning, etc.

e.g., Sorry, Louise. I wish I could come, but after the week I've had, I'm beachin' it that day. Have fun.

submitted by ramsey

beachy head game - A (mythical) game similar to "I demand" in which a person is blindfolded and taken to a point midway between the car park and the cliff edge at Beachy Head. The person is then spun round and round before having to find his or her way back to the car.

e.g., "I'm bored with playing I demand" said Dave "Let's play the Beachy Head game instead." "Certainly not" said Colin. "I've left my parachute and water wings at home."

submitted by David Widdicombe

beacon - A person who stands out from the crowd for some reason, normally humorous. May be used for physical appearance, or as a result of a comic or foolish act.

e.g., When are white guys going to learn? A shaved head on them is nothing but a beacon--unless they're Yul Brynner.

submitted by Jeff - (www)

beaker - Job title for someone who works in a "chicken factory." The beaker's job is to clip the beaks of baby chicks. | A vessel in which to store a severed nose.

e.g., You thought there wasn't any job worse in a chicken factory than plucker, huh? Well, there is -- my job: beaker. | After nasal reattachment, the beaker had to be sterilized.

submitted by Becker | S. Berliner, III - (www)

beaking - What a chicken does when it makes that clucking sound. Alternative spelling: beeking.

e.g., "Can you please explain why that chicken is beaking?" "Because it wants to get to the other side?"

submitted by Sodapop - (www)

beaky - Good. Early-90s UK slang, confined to about two people.

e.g., The gig last night was beaky

submitted by Adam Leslie

beam me up...jesus - Take me into heaven with you when I "go" sooner or later Lord. Your technology must be at least as good as that of man and undoubtedly significantly better I would think.

e.g., To beam me up or not to beam me up, Jesus, is that the question? We have been reasonably good most of our lives except for a little mayhem and pillaging and lusty overzealousness. We worship the grounds the gods have walked on and grovel for understanding and mercy. Heaven for everyone on Earth, save for the really nasty whose souls shall be snuffed out forever. Beam us all up Ultimate True God and Zeus and Jupiter, Woden and Christus, Yahweh and Allah, Buddha and Ahura Mazda, and all the rest. In this magnificent Universe are many Suns and planets, adequate room for every creature living or dead.

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

beamage - The path that the laser of anything takes.

e.g., Move that piece of paper from infront of the TV, it's in my beamage.

submitted by James Holler

beamancoke - Jim Beam and coke.

e.g., Can you get me a beamancoke from the bar.

submitted by Bier Fuhrer

beanard - A person who sucks her fart bubbles in the bathtub. As near as I can tell, this is local slang from north central Arkansas, from the mid-1950s. Couldn't find a single instance of the word with this meaning on the Internet. Companion word: scrounge. Thought it might turn up in the racial slur database, but it didn't. Beniard did show up.

  • {ED. For whatever reason, Google now turns up the companion pd entry for scrounge, but not this one for beanard. The difference could possibly be the way in which headwords are handled by Google. Finally occurred to me that a pd entry for scrounge has been around for eons. All I did was add another definition and example.}

    e.g., Little brother, why don't you and your beanard buddy Jim take a hike? Lynn Carol and I have things we want to talk about and we don't want you eavesdropping.

    submitted by beelzebub - (www)

    beanic - A picnic held on a beach.

    e.g., OK children, you are ready for our beanic this afternoon?

    submitted by Katie Collins

    beanist - A person who likes to discuss unusual or intellectual ideas or pursuits. As in"using his bean."

    e.g., Tom was once again a beanist at the dinner party.

    submitted by Greg Ellsworth

    beans - Whatever.

    e.g., "What movie should we go see tonight?" "Beans"

    submitted by Jes

    beanup - A really awesome person.

    e.g., My friend is a beanup. | Hey all you beanups, what's up?

    submitted by Spencer - (www)

    bear - A roommate who goes out of your room only to go to class or use the bathroom. A very anti-social person.

    e.g., James' roommate Steve is a bear. He just stays in the room all the time, never participating in anything.

    submitted by Mr. Spam

    beard of evil - Often mistakenly called a goatee, this beard is more properly a Van Dyke, grown around the mouth and chin only, usually black or dark brown. It is grown for the sole purpose of making the wearer more cool or more menacing.

    e.g., Even if David Spade grew a beard of evil, he probably would still look twelve.

    submitted by Deacon

    beardbecue - The facial adornment often seen after a hurried or enthusiastic eating of barbecued foods, characterized by barbecue sauce around the mouth and cheek areas.

    e.g., Grant gave a wide smile, exhibiting his post-ribs beardbecue with boyish pride.

    submitted by Igor Stravinsky

    beardification - The process through which one comes into possession of a beard.

    e.g., David Spade would look less like a twelve-year old (but not by much) if he would undergo beardification.

    submitted by Robert Seeman

    bearea - An area of bears; the area of a bear.

    e.g., The forest has a large bearea.

    submitted by Squackle! - (www)

    bearilla - An animal that is half bear and half gorilla.

    e.g., The bearilla was making a clippity clop sound as it walked through the jungle.

    submitted by Rob K

    bearskin - A style of poses in photographic portraiture. The nude or semi-nude model lays face down on a lambskin or other fur rug with head propped up by hands or posing device (like the babyposer). Used mostly in infant Photography

    e.g., Please keep 2:00 open. Mrs. Smith is bringing in her infant for a bearskin.

    submitted by sam

    beast - An exclamation to show your appreciation of something.

    e.g., Aw, beast!

    submitted by gill - (www)

    beastamoth - A corruption of behemoth. A person who is very large or has a bad temper.

    e.g., She was yelling like a beastamoth.

    submitted by Bob

    beastfriend - A beastfriend is a really heinous looking girl who hangs out with a really goodlooking girl. Usually, no article is used. "Look at Beastfriend," not "Look at the Beastfriend."

    e.g., I was going over to talk to Pamela, but beastfriend was there and ruined it.

    submitted by Josh - (www)

    beastify - To make appear ugly or beastly. 2. To severely damage.

    e.g., He would beastify himself with excessive weight-training and steroids. She was beastified by years of plastic surgery. His affliction caused the gradual beastification of his body.

    submitted by Lee Kin Yip Tsang

    beastitize - To cover with a thick, sticky, preferably red material. From the game Homeworld: Cataclysm. It refers to an alien virus that aggregates into a red blob and coats anything it touches.

    e.g., Katie knocked over a whole shelf of strawberry jam jars and beastitized herself. It took three days to get the red stain out of her hair.

    submitted by Firestorm

    beastly - Extremely difficult or hard.

    e.g., Friday's algebra test was beastly.

    submitted by Missy Peterson

    beastmaster - A male who dates unattractive females.

    e.g., Don't say anything about the beastmaster's girlfriend's mole.

    submitted by tom - (www)

    beasts - "At the United States Military Academy, at West Point, new cadets are so called. More appropriate and suggestive terms — though not so forcible — are used at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst — 'Snooker,' 'Johnny'; 'bejants' {bijaunet) is applied to freshmen at Aberdeen University." You can find out a few things about "beast barracks" at this link:

    e.g., The beasts grow to expect a certain amount of taunting by upperclassmen. | Some beasts may not make it through the first day before resigning -- you have to be willing to put up with a little inconvenience to make it.

    submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

    beasts of burdens - Those things that interfere with your daily lives and cause you stress and anxiety. Your fears and doubts and the things you regret and don't know how to let go of. The things which take control of or have a direct impact on your lives.

    e.g., The beast of burdens have me swimming in circles. I don't know what beast of burden has me thinking this way? He sure has a beast of burden on his back!

    submitted by Julie Twyman

    beasty - A slang term for "huge" or "massive."

    e.g., Wow, Chirs's hair is beasty.

    submitted by Kaylee - (www)

    beat - Boring, uninteresting.

    e.g., Ed: Wanna go to the glue museum? Ted: No way, that place is beat.

    submitted by ditnis

    beat an egg moment - A moment when it has become obvious that the instructions you have received are incomplete, because whoever gave you the instructions assumed that you knew something when you didn't.

    e.g., The manual says you can just extract a new copy of the dll from the cab file, but it doesn't say anything about how to do an extraction. What kind of beat the egg crap is that?

    submitted by Mila Eighteen - (www)

    beat it - Get out of here, leave me alone, take a hike, no way, etc.

    e.g., Q: Hey Dad, can you lend me some cash? A: Beat it, son.

    submitted by Dusan

    beat with the marriage stick - To force a man into marital bliss through martial action.

    e.g., After six years of living together, Jill finally beat Jack with the marriage stick by locking him in the bathroom until he proposed.

    submitted by undeadx2

    beatboxing - Vocal percussion, creating beats and rhythms using the human mouth.

    e.g., Buddy Rich would probably be good at beatboxing--but he's dead.

    submitted by Tecnik - (www)

    beatdown - An ass-kicking.

    e.g., Keep talking smack and you'll find yourself on the wrong end of a beatdown.

    submitted by dens

    beated - Past tense of beat. (ED. The submitter's claim: "Everyone uses it." I've never heard anyone use it, but it's the sort of mistake a child learning English might well make, as it fits the pattern of regular verbs.)

    e.g., Press marveled at her beauty as she walked through the door. It was the first time he had seen her in decades. As she picked up her name badge for the reunion gathering, his heart beated faster than he would have thought possible. She didn't need the badge -- she was instantly recognizable, having barely changed in the almost 50 years since her graduation from high school. She created a buzz as she entered the room -- a few former classmates whispered as they speculated that she had had plastic surgery. Their speculation was in vain: No plastic surgeon's scalpel has ever touched her face. She simply has great genes, as evidenced by the handsome gentleman at her side -- her almost 93-year-old father.

    submitted by :L

    beatititus - The affliction of feeling it neccessary to beat on any peice of electronic equipment when it is not operating correctly.

    e.g., Bob suffers from Beatititus: he thinks that hitting the sides of the TV will make the signal come in better.

    submitted by Dale Rogers

    beatles-hippie - Person who dismisses everything when compared to the Beatles. Often wears glasses and semi-long hair. A music dictator. A bore.

    e.g., Dear diary: Today I saw the office beatles-hippie download some Kool & the Gang. I am still in shock.

    submitted by A Bergman - (www)

    beats the balls off me backwards - I have no clue.

    e.g., "Where did he get the money for that bike?" "Beats the balls off me backwards."

    submitted by Joel Prz

    beau - Bobbleheaded or extremely large head.

    e.g., Look at Chris over there. He looks very beau to me.

    submitted by Mike

    beau coup - The result whan a gigolo scores big and marries rich.

    e.g., John Kerry scored a beau coup when he married Maria Teresa Thierstein Simões-Ferreira Heinz Kerry, the Mozambique firecracker.

    submitted by HD Fowler

    beaufont - A good-looking font. Suggested by a misspelling of "bouffant."

    e.g., Maybe they'll update the site and add some beaufonts.

    submitted by Miss Speller

    beaugi - To be snotty, to think you're better than everyone else -- conceited, stuck up.

    e.g., Surely you've noticed how beaugi Chris is.

    submitted by rebecka - (www)

    beaukoodles - A great many; lots; more than a little.

    e.g., "How much money does she have?" "Beaukoodles."

    submitted by Jim

    beaurocracy - Government by "rich, fashionable young men."

    e.g., He missed his opportunity by not running for President years earlier when his claim to being one of the beaurocracy would have been more plausible.

    submitted by Miss Speller

    beautamous - Beautiful. Used often by a 5 year-old who has since grown and is driving now. How time flies.

    e.g., Your art project is beautamous.

    submitted by Richard Gelvin

    beautifulistic - Beautiful and fantastic.

    e.g., You look beautifulistic in that dress.

    submitted by Michelle

    beautifuller - More beautiful. Prettier.

    e.g., That girl is beautifuller than the one beside her. | "Few treats on earth recall childhood simplicity as delightfully as ice cream. I have a theory that just about anybody looks 100 percent beautifuller when presented with a scoop." | To me at least was never evening yet/But seemed far beautifuller than its day. ~Robert Browning

    submitted by Alicia - (www)

    beautifutility - The hopeless inability to improve one's appearance or aesthetics.

    e.g., Gertrude finally realized that beauty pageants just weren't her calling; it had been an exercise in beautifulity.

    submitted by Amy Brandt

    beautimous - Beauty beyond compare

    e.g., The sunset was the most beautimous thing I have ever seen.

    submitted by Beckers

    beautimous - A combining of beautiful and gorgeous.

    e.g., She's not just pretty, she's beautimous.

    submitted by Mary

    beautimus - Beautiful.

    e.g., Oh, yes, that's beautimus.

    submitted by John -SilverTab- Bailey

    beautimus - A combination of beautiful and humorous.

    e.g., It's not easy finding examples of the proper use of this word, since it means something that's both beautiful and humorous at the same time. The best example I can think of is Dean Martin's version of the song, "Tiny Bubbles". It's a beautiful song and his version is very funny.

    submitted by Dennis

    beautiugliful - Beautiful on the outside and ugly on the inside.

    e.g., Pretty is as pretty does but there is nothing worse than beautiugliful people.

    submitted by Mario Bassett

    beautox - A condition of illness that a girl or woman suffers from after bad, especially prolonged, exposure to her boyfriend.

    e.g., Though usually cheerful and outgoing, Mary just couldn't bring herself to go to the movies again this week with Bob, as she was suffering a pretty severe case of beautox.

    submitted by Dave Violette - (www)

    beavage - When a woman wears a low cut blouse and you can see her breasts, it's called cleavage. When someone similarly exposes her butt cheeks or butt crack, it's called beavage.

    e.g., Check out her beavage. Definitely needs some toning before she wears those shorts again.

    submitted by Brittney

    beaver - "British. to work very hard or industriously at something." Heard in the Mystery Theatre series Foyle's War. | To work hard at. One of several animal names that have been turned into verbs -- weasel out of, squirrel away, buffalo, ferret, shark, etc.

    e.g., "There are people beavering away in offices all over the country." | Where's Joey? I have no idea right now, but the last I saw of him he was beavering away in his basement on one of his UFO projects. | $2500 car: "Credit the team led by Ratan Tata for sticking doggedly to their task and beavering away for almost a decade to come up with what promises to be the most cost effective people's car in the history of the automobile."

    submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

    beaver fever - The name by which most people know the intestinal disorder called Girardasis by scientists. Caused by a microscopic, amoeba-like parasite in water.

    e.g., Don't drink that creek water! You'll get Beaver Fever and never finish the hike.

    submitted by Steve McDonald

    beaver-dam - To try to keep a woman from having sex.

    e.g., "Are you trying to beaver-dam me?"

    submitted by HD Fowler

    beavis - To put something together rather shoddily and quickly, but with it still being very functional

    e.g., I'll beavis the ignition coil with a coat hanger so we can drive home.

    submitted by Peter Bonzani Jr.

    bebahama - Bitch behind my back.

    e.g., Chris is a bebahama.

    submitted by kaz

    beberate - To repeatedly insult with verbal comments or physical gestures. To flog repeatedly and violently.

    e.g., Don't force me to beberate you.

    submitted by Amanda - (www)

    becasue - Because. HD makes this ytpo so often he asked me to cover for him. HRH HD's loyal servant thus covers. HD's far from the only one who slips up. Several entries with this spelling made their way into the pd.

    e.g., "Miss Speller, tell me again why you added 'becasue' to the pd." "Becasue HD would have abandonded his promise never to fire me if I hadn't. In case you don't know it, the old coot can be a terrible S.O.B." "Oh, I know it well enough. Well enough not to want to ever incur his wrath again."

    submitted by Miss Speller

    becausee - Because, see.

    e.g., "Why did I do it? Becausee, it was Saturday night and seemed like a good idea." "Yeah, I know what you mean. A lot of things seem like good ideas on Saturday nights."

    submitted by HD Fowler

    beckel, to - "What’s the one thing you never want old men talking about? Anything remotely related to the naughty bits. Well, you can thank Fox News’ Bob Beckel for just… I don’t even know how to explain it other than just a classic Beckel. (Sidenote: I don’t know if this is a thing at Fox already, but 'Beckel' really should be a term people use at the network when describing cringeworthy/hilariously wince-inducing moments.) "The Five talked about the weird new Joe Boxer Christmas ad from Kmart, and Brian Kilmeade admitted to being a boxer man. Eric Bolling tried to move on, but Kimberly Guilfoyle and Dana Perino teased Beckel about his undergarment of choice. "Beckel’s answer? 'Nothing.' "Needless to say, this drove everyone on-set into madness, and Guilfoyle VERY SLOWLY MOVED AWAY from her commando-going compatriot."

    e.g., He's gotten so bad about beckeling, Julie won't even go anywhere with him, not anymore.

    submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

    becky-chaser - Not sure, but it seems to refer to a black man who seeks out white women, as opposed to seeking out black women or women in general. Might refer to a philanderer. No idea of the origin -- yet,… All right, Becky is seen as a common name for a white woman; thus, in black slang, "Becky" refers to a white woman. | Becky is also used as a term for fellatio, based on the presumption that a white woman is more likely to perform the act than a black woman.  
    A year-end 2012 controversy involving ESPN's Rob Parker having referred to Robert Griffin III as a cornball brother because he has a white fiancee suggests the cornball brother may be a synonym for Becky-chaser.… No, apparently the term is used to refer to a "brother" who doesn't act black enough -- or doesn't fit some black stereotype.

    e.g., "So you hate all black men because of what some Becky-chasers in Toronto did? I wonder how black people who have suffered through beatings, water hoses and lynchings managed to go through life without all the bitterness you have expressed over a bunch of failed relationships."

    submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

    beclam - 1. To shut up. 2. To become a clam.

    e.g., 1. When the teacher asked Alison to be quiet, she obliged, and beclammed. 2. The wizard waved his wand, and exclaimed, "I will beclam thee and stew thee in my metal pot ."

    submitted by Alica Tylon

    becuase - Because.

    e.g., Becuase I said so.

    The Becuase Effect (sic): Common Misspellings on the Internet: "Becuase," he points out, sounds like it ought to be a treatment for hay fever. If it was, it would be a very popular one, since it appears no fewer than 4,950,000 times in the FWSE's listing.

    Barrow leaves us with a challenge. Is becuase the most common typo in the English language? Or can readers find a more popular one? …

    Seamus Dunne // Oct 19, 2007 at 9:44 am

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    1: "Reclassify the Bible as indecent becuase of the sex and violence in it.

    2: "Love can be described as an onion becuase it has layers, it's strong, etc. … [H]how could you describe bafflement?"

    3: "Did 650,000 Iraqis Die Becuase of the War?"

    4: "wow my homework is not easy becuase i have been sick for three weeks and need help with my am exercise becuase I can't really do it and all of my friends will not tell me how to do it. so if you can help i will be very happy!"

    5: "Can you die becuase of constipation?"

    6: "Becuase, Because, Becuase, Because. Am I the only one that constantly changes my a and u in the word because? It is driving me nuts. I guess my index finger is just that much faster then my pinky."

    7: "Husband started taking becuase of his temper. … Hi My name is Candice and my husband has started … becuse of his temper. He was out of control."

    8: "becuase you're mine i walk the line."

    9: "Anna Kournikova bikini slip becuase its summertime"

    submitted by HD Fowler

    bed buddy - Somone who you are not dating -- you just use each other to relieve sexual needs. A sex partner and that's all they are to you.

    e.g., The man I'm seeing now says he has a bed buddy ... that disturbs me.

    submitted by Rainbow Woman

    bed gravity - The force of attraction between a bed and that of the person on it. Bed Gravity is 3.2 times that of Earth norm (1.0), and can have a variance of +-.53.

    e.g., He attempted to sustain a vertical position after sleeping through the night; however, the physics of bed gravity did not permit it.

    submitted by Andy Alt - (www)

    bed itation - The act of lying in a bed, in a state of non-sleep, contemplating one, or a plethora, of scenarios, covering what was, what is, and what could be.

    e.g., Honey, I need a few hours of bed itation to determine who will be playing in the Super Bowl, so I'm not getting up to clean the basement this morning. OK? Honey? Honey?

    submitted by charlie lesko

    bedatachips - /buh day duh chips/ Organic computer chips, for use in biological electronics: life and non-life working together.

    e.g., We've just received a fresh shipment of Martian bedatachips, so now we can proceed with additional testing and development.

    submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

    bedazzion - A mineral found on Mars or other world, said to cure all earthly ills, including pain, pimples, worry, flat feet, psychoses, and death.

    e.g., Through the faithful use of bedazzion many of my family members are now well in excess of 100 years old, in excellent health and functioning perfectly on all cylinders.

    submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

    bedbeard - When your beard is all mushed up from sleeping on it.

    e.g., Sure looks goofy with that bedbeard.

    submitted by taylorpup

    bedbum - A person who lives under a bed.

    e.g., Joe is a bedbum because he is living under my bed.

    submitted by steve harsha

    bedbun - Bed hopper, aka bed bunny.

    e.g., She was such a bedbun that she just had to eventually land in a rich man’s bed.

    submitted by Adrian R. Lawler

    bedcrumbs - Pieces of crackers and so forth that end up in your bed when you let people eat food in your room.

    e.g., I couldn't get to sleep for two hours last night because I kept on getting scratched by bedcrumbs.

    submitted by ditnis

    beddybies - Used to replace the word "bed" when talking about going to bed.

    e.g., "I'm off to beddybies." OR "Goodnight now. Off you go to beddybies."

    submitted by margot biggs

    bedeckled - Sparklingly ornamented

    e.g., Everyone at the soiree was bedeckled in finery.

    submitted by pudders - (www)

    bedge - The edge of the bed.

    e.g., My wife always migrates to the bedge when we are sleeping.

    submitted by george kelly

    bedhead - The way your hair looks after sleeping on it, with the mushy parts and the other parts sticking up.

    e.g., I have a bad case of bedhead.

    submitted by taylorpup

    bedlamphile - 1. One who loves or has a strong affinity or preference for insane asylums or general chaos. 2. Loving or having a strong affinity or preference for insane asylums or general chaos. ETYMOLOGY: Middle English Bedlem, Hospital of Saint Mary of Bethlehem, an institution in London for the mentally ill. New Latin -philus, from Greek -philos, beloved, dear, from philos, beloved, loving.

    e.g., Her love of the asylum made her somewhat of a bedlamphile.

    submitted by Megan - (www)

    bedmail - (v.) 1. to blackmail someone by threatening to publish, expose, or otherwise reveal their sexual indiscretions; (n.) 2. The act of bedmailing someone; 3. The instrument of such bedmailing (e.g., note, letter, recording, video, skywriting, whatever); (adj.) 4. Of or pertaining to bedmail. [Analogy from "blackmail."]

    e.g., In the Jeremy Brett/BBC Sherlock Holmes version of "The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton" (called in the show "the Master Blackmailer"), the focus is almost entirely on bedmail. | How much bedmail does James Bond carelessly leave behind him in his mad race to ensure that half of the next generation look like him?

    submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

    bednaw - Better not, should not do something

    e.g., Bednaw make me come over there.

    submitted by Thomas - (www)

    bedpression - (bed-PRESH-un; n.) The imprint of a body in a mattress or disturbed linens or whatever, showing that someone has slept or at least rested there.

    e.g., Nobody was here last night: there's no bedpression here or on the couch.

    submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth - (www)

    bedrunk - An adjective to refer to how you feel when you go to bed a little bit tipsy or drunk and you feel the bed is moving.

    e.g., Yesterday, when I arrived from the party, I was so bedrunk I puked all over my floor.

    submitted by Teresa

    bedsit -

    Definitions of bedsit on the Web
    • a one-roomed unit of accommodation usually consisting of combined bedroom and sitting-room with cooking facilities.
    • A room providing a combined living and sleeping area with access to shared bathroom/shower and WC facilities.;jsessionid=946EDA11A25FE78484B7A57091ED769C
    • bedsitting room: a furnished sitting room with sleeping accommodations (and some plumbing)
    • A bedsit, also known as a bed-sitting room, is a form of rented accommodation common in Great Britain consisting of a single room with a shared bathroom and lavatory; they are part of a legal category of dwellings referred to as Houses in multiple occupation.…
    • A form of rented accomodation consisting of a single room for use as both sitting room and bedroom; there may also be a small kitchen area and washing and toilet facilities, but these may be shared


    Turkeys! The 100 Worst Movies of 2008 | The Oxford Murders Imagine The Da Vinci Code remade by a philosophy student, set mostly in Oxford bedsits and starring Elijah Wood in the Tom Hanks role, and featuring the world’s most unerotic sex scene -- then you have an idea of the eccentricities that define The Oxford Murders. Wood is an American philosophy student who interrupts a bracing lecture from John Hurt with the exhortation: "I believe in the number Pi!"

    Soon after this show-stopper, both Hurt and Wood are entangled in a spate of extremely tame serial killings that implicate the theories of Wittgenstein, Heisenberg and the very possibility of truth itself. Naturally, a local dimwit detective (Jim Carter) is baffled, and it’s up to Wood to save the day. Utterly stupid but strangely endearing.

    submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

    bedtool - A person who's known for sleeping around.

    e.g., Chris certainly earned her reputation as a bedtool.

    submitted by miko

    bee - To throw frisbee.

    e.g., "Ya wanna bee?" "Sure, let's bee!"

    submitted by Matt

    beealzabup - Mean, nasty, evil. (Cf. Beelzebub.)

    e.g., Why didn't you help that old lady across the street? You're beealzabup.

    submitted by aldwin oliveros

    beeblely - A word used to describe razor stubble.

    e.g., If my wife doesn't shave her legs everyday they become beebley.

    submitted by Scott Howard

    beech - When you call someone a bitch but don't mean it.

    e.g., Beech, why you take my soda?

    submitted by Veronica

    beechcomber - Treehugger who grooms beeches.

    e.g., He combed beeches; he was a true son of a beech.

    submitted by S. Berliner, III - (www)

    beechwood-aged-breath - Breath that reeks of the King of Beers.

    e.g., Unfortunately, I kissed her. She was sportin' some beechwood-aged-breath.

    submitted by Lesah

    beef - to have anger with someone or something

    e.g., Patrick has beef with Michael."

    submitted by Rachel

    beefcake school - Gym for pumping iron (weightlifting).

    e.g., Look at the muscles on Albert. I bet he goes to beefcake school.

    submitted by Mark

    beefy - Anything thats cool, tasty, fun, etc.

    e.g., I'm so thirsty, this water is beefy.

    submitted by Dan

    beefy lung - Any preserved meat with a questionable ingredient list: potted meat, bologna, slim jims.

    e.g., Hey, Kyle … you got any cheesy poofs or beefy lungs?

    submitted by steve zihlavsky

    beek - Angry, "case of the redass." The beek. Believed to be originated by AF instructor pilots.

    e.g., Gerry's got the beek because he has to show up for a 5:30 takeoff on Saturday. | Paul is beeked bad about his girlfriend's cheating on him. | Mike's got a raging case of the beek after his student tried to kill him during spin training today. | Chris made a pass at my wife while I was standing right there, so I had to get beeked at him. | Chris got the beek when I told him to find somebody else to work this weekend.

    submitted by Dave Kay

    beelzebubba - An alternative name for Satan in the southern United States. | Or, as Urbandictionary says, "A satanic hillbilly, hellbilly."

    e.g., "Jolene, you be sure to change into some clean drawers 'fore you go out tonight." "Oh, Momma, you know I be doin' that without bein' tole -- it bein' a first date 'n all." "Well, maybe so. But the Lord only knows what kinda ideas Beelzebubba's gonna put in a young girl's head these days." "Momma, I'm not a girl no more. I am sixteen, going on seventeen." "Jolene! I think I have an idea for a song." "Momma, that song's done been wrote." | "Who's your date with tonight, girl." "Beelzebubba." "Oh, lord. You call that boy and tell him I don't want to hear him honking his horn when he comes to get you." "We don't talk on the phone any more, Momma. We text each other." "Whatever, long as he doesn't make a racket when he gets here. . . . Tell him to come to the door. Your daddy wants to have a talk with him." "About what?" "I don't know. Ask your daddy. You know how he gets sometimes."

    submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

    beelzebug - (n): Satan in the form of a mosquito that gets into your bedroom at three in the morning and cannot be cast out. (Washington Post Style Invitational.)

    e.g., It was either a mosquitoe or a beelzebug. Not a single bite was above my ankle. Probably a beelzebug, though, because I couldn't get rid of it with anything.

    submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

    beemer - A BMW vehicle.

    e.g., Nice beemer.

    submitted by george Kelly

    beenifisicus - A flying fruitcake.

    e.g., I'm scared of beenifisicuses.

    submitted by Squackle! - (www)

    beenzed - Having gone through or worked in the dot com explosion, and subsequently dumped out of it.

    e.g., Jean, Peter, and Jorge worked for a dot-gone. They got beenzed.

    submitted by Peter Pagano

    beep-beep machine - ATM.

    e.g., Mary waited patiently in the car while her mother went to get money from the beep-beep machine.

    submitted by April

    beepilepsy - The spastic jerking that happens when someone's pager has been set on "vibrate." (Cf. "bleepilepsy" for fun and "epiliptic fits" for information.)

    e.g., Suddenly two people in the room appeared to suddenly clutch at themselves in a spasm of beepilepsy and then ran to the nearest telephone.

    submitted by vicki

    beer fairy - Malevolent dwarf that takes all your money, all your fags, and then clubs you repeatedly. | A person who comes around and tops off everyone's drink with beer. A person who frees other people of the chores of walking (or other forms of transportation which require effort) to the beer source and of beerless crowd navigation.

    e.g., "How are you feeling this morning?" 
    "The beer fairy paid a visit. I feel like death." 
    "Jolly good. Fancy a greasy spoon at Ramon's?" |  
    In the middle of our conversation, the beer fairy appeared and filled our glasses with beer.

    submitted by Bent Udder | mike feron - (www)

    beer foam issues - Political issue of little real substance when there are issues much more important that need to be dealt with.

    e.g., Beltway politicians waste their time on beer foam issues when there are truly significant national problems that need their attention. | Interstate 70 is now almost eight years past the lifetime projected when it was constructed. Congress is doing little to nothing to see that it gets the maintenance it needs, instead expending its efforts on such beer foam issues as letting men use women's restrooms.

    submitted by [Scott]

    beer garden - A bar, or any other place that serves alcohol. Used in Western PA.

    e.g., I'll meet you at the new beer garden on 1st Street and we can have a cold one. I was the designated driver when we left the beer garden last night, because I was the only one drinking soda.

    submitted by Chris W

    beer goggles - Alcohol-induced vision impairment. Usually blamed for picking up ugly chicks (or guys if you're a chick).

    With my beer goggles on I'd try anyone, even Whoopi Goldberg.

    submitted by Charlie - (www)

    beer googles - Alcohol-induced internet searches.

    e.g., Why was I searching for images of Whoopi Goldberg in a bikini? I dunno -- it must have been a beer google. | If my wife finds out I was searching for Sheila, the best I can hope for is that she thinks it was a beer google.

    submitted by HD Fowler

    beer jacket - The condition of feeling warmer due to drinking.

    e.g., It's cold out, but the walk back should be okay since I'll have my beer jacket on.

    submitted by Mr. Rain

    beer leg - A tripod leg accidentally placed so as to impede the use of the surveyor's tape. Commonly calls for the offender to buy the beer for the rest fo the survey crew.

    e.g., With the advent of electronic distance measuring equipment, the beer leg is becoming a thing of the past.

    submitted by Ty Evans

    beer mason - A block mason who only works for beer.

    e.g., I got Dale, the beer mason, putting in my patio. He drank all his money away, so he'll work good for me until payday.

    submitted by Ty Evans

    beer nurse - The guy at each party who holds the same bottle of beer all night and doesn't even finish it.

    e.g., John swears he's trashed, but he's only been at the keg once. What a beernurse.

    submitted by reese danger epstein

    beer o'clock - Quitting time on Friday.

    e.g., Look at the time, it's beer o'clock.

    submitted by Mark

    beer scooter - How you must have got back from the pub last night, because there's no way you can remember anything between kicking out time and waking up this morning, haven fallen asleep, fully clothed, in your chips. Also descriptive of the walk of a very drunk person.

    e.g., "You were a bit plastered last night. It took us ages to get a cab. How'd you get back?" "I took the beer scooter." "That might explain why you've still got a bit of kebab meat stuck to your eyebrow."

    submitted by Bent Udder - (www)

    beer voucher - Currency notes that are used for the sole purpose of purchasing beer. There are various types: GBV or Green Beer Voucher (£5), BBV Brown Beer Voucher (£10), etc.

    e.g., "Fancy a pint after work?" asked Steve. "Sure," said Dave. "But I'll have to go to the cashpoint first as I'm right out of beer vouchers"

    submitted by Dave Widdicombe

    beer whiz - Urination brought on by consumption of beer, especially if the consumption is excessive.

    e.g., As a was to get out of school one day, J and T and I went to the University of Arkansas to "check out the campus." Jug Wheeler's drive-in made it easy for minors to get beer in those long-ago days and T had more than he could handle. By the time we got to the campus, he needed to take a piss so bad, he took a beer whiz against the side of the Fine Arts Building mid-afternoon. Luckily for him, no one took much notice. These days he could be arrested for a sex crime and have it permanently on his record.

    submitted by HD Fowler

    beer-thirty - The time after any hard work or physical exertion.

    e.g., "Woo! Now that we rebuilt that engine, it's beer-thirty."

    submitted by Albert - (www)

    beeranda - An outdoor deck used primarily for consuming adult beverages.

    e.g., It's a beautiful day to grab a six-pack and listen to some tunes on the beeranda.

    submitted by Matt

    beerd - Beer, created by my 5-year-old--perhaps because I drip the suds down my face when I'm drinking?

    e.g., Is that beerd, Daddy?

    submitted by Tim Barnes - (www)

    beereft - Without beer.

    e.g., I need to get to a bar because I'm beereft.

    submitted by mike

    beereived - When you have finished your beer.

    e.g., I'm beereived. Please get me another.

    submitted by mike dixon

    beereries - A brewery; a pub or a bar.

    e.g., Can you point me to a local beerery?

    submitted by David Sammons

    beerful - What the receiver gets on the other end of a drunk dialing episode.

    e.g., Do you remember giving me a beerful at 3am this morning?

    submitted by Angie Glover

    beergoggles - The state of intoxication that makes all women look attractive.

    e.g., She's normally about a 2, but with beergoggles on she's a 10.

    submitted by TB

    beermonkey - The beermonkey is the mysterious creature who is to blame for the rough state you find yourself in after a heavy night out.

    e.g., That blasted beermonkey; he's taken all my money and given me a tremendous headache.

    submitted by ash

    beerp - The resonating noise made when one has consumed an abundance of carbonated ale.

    e.g., Immediately after throwing back his 6th can of Fosters, Bluey emitted a beerp that rattled the pub windows.

    submitted by Dogil

    beertelescope - As in beergoggles, but for particularly short women.

    e.g., Jeez, I needed my beertelescope for that one.

    submitted by mike dixon

    beet beat - A technique for flushing wild beets out of bushes.

    e.g., The beet beat bitches were badly beat after beating about the bush all day looking for better beets, so they were beaten by the beet beat beaters.

    submitted by S. Berliner, III - (www)

    beeter - A farmer who grows beets.

    e.g., John had been a beeter all his life. Frankly, he didn't know how to do anything else.

    submitted by Joel Buxton - (www)

    beeth - Plural of booth; multiple semi-enclosed spaces.

    e.g., There were twelve telephone beeth in a row by the street.

    submitted by John Hook

    beetle - It means "leave in a hurry" to get out of a boring or undesirable situation, much like a beetle (insect). I used to hear the Canadian and Minnesotan hockey players in college use it all the time.

    e.g., After ten minutes at a really boring party, Pat turned to his friend Mike and said, "This sucks. Let's beetle."

    submitted by aaron

    beetle - Any demanding high school position combining recordkeeper, adjudicator, cheif opinion-giver, and homework collector.

    e.g., The beetle had almost nodded off in history class, but was urgently needed when Bob told the teacher to go to hell.

    submitted by Bob

    beetling - "Informal, to move quickly; scurry."

    e.g., "The potential influence of emerging markets is underlined by the sight of Ms Lagarde beetling round the developing world asking for votes."

    submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

    beevered - To call attention to someone who is stupid. Not just ignorant and uneducated, which can happen to anyone, but abysmally stupid. Unable to follow even the clearest directions -- specifically, unable to follow the guidelines for submitting entries.

    e.g., Either pay attention to the submittal guidelines or suffer the consequences. You have been beevered, TD.

    submitted by tom_d_beevers

    beezer - A person who gives ostentatious kisses in public with an eye to being seen at it.

    e.g., She always makes kiss kiss in the club, whether she knows the person at all. A complete beezer.

    submitted by GDC

    beezoid - An annoying person; one who is being a pest.

    e.g., Chris was behaving like a complete beezoid at the ticket counter.

    submitted by Jacob S.

    befargulated - Confused or bewildered, in a state of dismay.

    e.g., This math problem has me befargulated.

    submitted by Noble

    befer - To precede, or to come in front of another.

    e.g., Betty, get them hounds in befer the ternada gits here.

    submitted by skywiser

    befinger - To chop off a finger or fingers as punishment for stealing -- a practice in some muslim countries?

    e.g., I think I'd rather be befingered than beheaded, but either way it would be painful. Befingered is a harsh punishment, but you're also marked visually for contempt and derision on the part of the people.

    submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

    before picture - (n.) Self-deprecating label meaning "I look absolutely awful"; usually used in reference to a photograph that makes you look fat, goofy, sleepy, stiff, pasty, ornery, stupid, zombie-like, or otherwise embarrassingly unpresentable, but also used to describe yourself, or others, prior to remedial adjustments, rearrangements, and ablutions.

    e.g., "Look at these pictures from the office Christmas party last year!" "Oh, oh, that's horrible: I look like a halibut." "Don't worry; it's just a before picture." || "Mr. Mayor! Can you comment on the shooting at city hall?" "Yeah, but I just got back from a cabin in Vancouver. I'm a before picture here: I haven't had a chance to change or shower or even read any reports. Give me half an hour and we can meet in the office for a real press conference." "But I came down here to get your take on it before any other news agency." "Tell you what: gimme an hour so I can eat something too, and you can have an exclusive."

    submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth - (www)

    beforeplay - The playful, sappy exchange between Baby Boomer couples in erectile dysfunction ads that so artfully suggest a game of backgammon which -- when supplemented by a magic blue pill -- can lead to much, much more.

    e.g., The lengthy disclaimers on all such ads fail to cover the potential dangers of "beforeplay," which could include aching knees from running on soft sand, serious eye injuries from pillow fights, pulled cheek muscles from non-stop giggling and smiling, hypothermia from cold outdoor baths, and, of course, loss of your Man Card for engaging in such behavior.

    submitted by peter

    beforthday - The day that took place two days before yesterday.

    e.g., You've been asleep since beforthday.

    submitted by Charles Crabtree

    befuckle - To place in a highly confused state of agitation or a highly agitated state of confusion.

    e.g., The complex instructions newly minted engineer Harry wrote totally befuckled his co-workers.

    submitted by John Snowden, III - (www)

    befugaling, befugaled - Befuddled.

    e.g., Her behavior is thoroughly befugaling.

    submitted by boritz

    befundable - Definitely worthy of being given funds.

    e.g., The corporation turned befundable last quarter when their credit scores increased.

    submitted by Scott Thomas

    befungled - Having a large infestation of fungus.

    e.g., Tthat tree's all befungled, don't climb it.

    submitted by Yashka

    befuzzled - The state of being befuddled and puzzled simultaneously.

    e.g., "Are you following this?" "No, I'm a bit befuzzled."

    submitted by blahblogger - (www)

    begator - A female alligator. Used as a description of someone or as a curse.

    e.g., That begator is very large. OR Begator! Begator this!

    submitted by Dan

    beget - To create, generate.

    e.g., Requirements beget specifications. Specifications beget design. . . .

    submitted by athresh

    beggar's errand - A thankless task, a distasteful job for which there was no alternative or opportunity to evade.

    e.g., It is generally believed that Kissinger was sent on a beggar's errand to President Thieu of South Vietnam with the Peace With Honor mission that masked US troop withdrawals.

    submitted by Joel Parker

    beggs - A word for bacon and egg sandwiches.

    e.g., Do you fancy beggs this morning?

    submitted by Kelly Hayman

    begrizzled - What he is when a man is sick and in the hospital and cannot shave: begrizzled.

    e.g., The begrizzled one is still sick.

    submitted by yvonne harris - (www)

    begs the question - Traditionally, this meant that the speaker was assuming that which was to be proved; it now is used to mean "raises the question," or "the following question is begging to be asked."

    e.g., The fact that Jack recently has been spending so much time with Jill begs the question: Is he in love with her?

    submitted by Lynn Madison

    beh - Used when mad, apathetic, in an awkward situation, or want to be modest.

    e.g., "He copied your answers when you looked the other way?" "Beh." "What's up?" "Beh." "I think I have six toes." ""Beh. Don't worry about it." "You got an A on that test!" "Beh."

    submitted by noelle

    beh - A filler word like "ummm." Curiously, today is the blogger's 35th birthday. The example is an exact replication of what was blogged some 17 years ago, with the exception of the quotation marks. Trying to read something written like that gives me a headache. {Duplicate.} {ED. Note: Have lost the ability to write paragraphs separated by a blank line. Didn't need to for this example -- the writer ran everything together just the way it appears here.}

    e.g., "Monday, July 02, 2001Song: A Place For My Head (Linkin Park) Heh a Linkin Park day today!!! My friends think it's weird I like them cause I don't look like the kind of person that would be listening to them....but oh well!! I listen to all kinds of music..well sorta...I listen to music if I like the way it sounds...hell I even listen to rap if it sounds good, like Missy Elliot's new single...beh I can't remember the name of the song. Hmmm anyways...I got my comic up!! yay!!!...I think I'm getting some what none in the world of the online artist....but that's ok I'm on the level I enjoy being somewhat unknown..beh I got used to it in high school...I speak of it as if it was soo long ago it was only a month ago I graduated lol. Oh yeah the other day some one thought I was a foreigner beh...I left out words when I was was an accident I was too hyper.....they thought I was japanese just because I don't have an american accent when I speak japanese....they asked 'are you hakujin??' ,me 'no I'm american'" ,them' no no hakujin!! kokujin to nihonjin no mix!!' ,me 'chigau!!!! americanjin!!! kokujin to turkishjin!!' ,them' ..............Nihongo umai jan!! nihonjin mitai dana' , me *shin~~~~* thinks 'shiteru zo!! mou shijiranai!!' 'domo'.....beh it was soo weird lol heh sometimes I wish that would happen more often so I could pratice japanese more..but ther arent' many japanese people in the city I live in..... "

    submitted by Lillith - (www)

    behemoaf - A thick-bodied klutz. Inspired by the previously untranslatable Portuguese word jamanta.

    e.g., Looks can be deceiving; that behemeoaf is a friend to all and intelligent in his own special way.

    submitted by Jazzbel - (www)

    behemouth - Of or related to a big mouth.


    • Please shut your behemouth. |

    • "The owners of the behemouth NYT Company, the Sulzberger family, has never been huge fans of the New Testament." |

    • "I am the 'Monster' — 'Beelzebub' — the chubby behemouth. I love to hunt. Prowling the streets looking for fair game — tasty meat. The wemon of Queens are prettyist of all. I must be the water they drink. I live for the hunt …."|
    • "Its outstanding appearance results from the beige top and low, sleek jet black body, both offset by the rich red wire wheels, kettle drum headlights and German silver radiator. The high torque power plant Propels this behemouth of another era."|

    • "There will be more complication as the engineer goes to plants to control and evaluate efficiencies of these behemouth glass melting furnaces. These are known as the Siemens regenerative type of furnace designed to economize the very …."|

    • "In short, the monopoly theory is based on a very unlikely scenario of what cable might — just might — become in the distant future, namely a communications behemouth dwarfing all competitors."|

    • "But money can't buy experience and knowledge yet undeveloped. Obstacles keep cropping up in all phases of the program. Building and operating these behemouth presses bring …."
    • "There were many meetings on the old South porch of the Cuploe Hunting Mans ion. . .before the plan matured. Out of it grew the Western Union, behemouth of the industry. "|

    • "This in turn makes of the victims just so many duckpins who happen to be standing in the path of 'the chubby behemouth' as he rolls his way toward eventual captivity."

    submitted by Miss Speller

    behighness - A level of achievement worthy of recognition and acclaim, honor and special attention, at the very least.

    e.g., When a subject of ye king showeth himself at long last to exhibit veritable behighness in some noteworthy field of endeavor, then he, ye subject at hand, benefitteth handsomely and usually is his name broadcasteth throughout ye land, a joy to family, village, and friends.

    submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

    behind - The state of existence as a deer.

    e.g., Being behind means always having to CYA.

    submitted by S. Berliner, III - (www)

    behinfday - The day preceeding yesterday.

    e.g., Dweezil: I got back from vacation behinfday. Moon Unit: Cool.

    submitted by Travis Allen

    behoove - "[T]o be necessary or proper for, as for moral or ethical considerations; be incumbent on: It behooves the court to weigh evidence impartially. | [T]o be worthwhile to, as for personal profit or advantage: It would behoove you to be nicer to those who could help you." | One of those words we learned when we were young that isn't used nearly enough these days. Can you think of a way to use /behoove/ in a sentence that, if taken to heart, could make the world a better place? I can. Easily.

    e.g., Never paid much attention to it before, but I've noticed that most actors and actresses overact. It would behoove them to remember that their job is to act, not to overact.

    submitted by Erle W Machiavellean - (www)

    behoovious - To be proper or incumbent. A "good idea."

    e.g., How behoovious of you to stop at the crosswalk.

    submitted by Catherine

    being alec - Saying mundane things in as intellectual a way as possible.

    e.g., "You know, you could have circumvented that traffic light had you only the foresight to turn left three blocks prior." "Thanks for being Alec."

    submitted by Russell Heller

    bejesus - According to Random House, it's "used as a mild oath expressing dismay, anger, or the like." However, I don't think it's so mild.

    e.g., You scared the bejesus out of me!

    submitted by Julie Andersen - (www)

    bejiggery - For an exclamation of complete surprise, bafflement, and disbelief.

    e.g., What the bejiggery is THAT?

    submitted by talulah

    beknighted - Having hono(u)rs bestowed on an unenlightened person.

    e.g., The benighted jerk pulled strings to be knighted, thus becoming beknighted.

    submitted by S. Berliner, III - (www)

    belchum - An offensive body odor.

    e.g., "Have you noticed how bad Chris's belchum is?" "Yes, it's on a par with Tyler's."

    submitted by Tyler

    beleafed - As an adjective, of a tree bereft of its leaves. As a verb, to strip of leaves.

    e.g., 1. (adj.) The grey trey is beleafed. 2. (verb) A young child with a love of leaves has beleafed my oak tree.

    submitted by Anna Kapnoullas

    beleaguer - Second-class, second-rate, not quite good enough.

    e.g., Guiseppe wasn't good enough for the pros, so they sent him down to be a beleaguer.

    submitted by Saint714

    belearnum - Teach, instruct, enlighten, demonstrate, show how,"learn."

    e.g., First thing we must do for newest island recruits is belearnum how to tell hayfoot from strawfoot, left foot from right, to make possible typical marching activities.

    submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

    belee dat - Southern slang for "believe that," often preceded by "cuh" or "cuhdyoo."

    e.g., Djoo c duh sizeation of steve's ninnies? Cuhdyoo belee dat?

    submitted by steve zihlavsky

    belgrade - A rating system by which bells are ranked.

    e.g., On a scale of 1-10, our doorbell was given a belgrade of 4. Time to replace the doorbell.

    submitted by Mitchel Yerzy

    beliefism - The belief in beliefs.

    e.g., Even if you dont believe in beliefs, being an abeliefist means you still believe in beliefism.

    submitted by Guru DragonFire

    belignant - Not diagnosed as benign or malignant.

    e.g., It is belignant at the moment.

    submitted by Lynn

    belignorant - Term describing those who lack knowledge of a particular subject, and yet express opinions on it in a loud and intimidating manner. Bellignorant.

    e.g., The belignorant multitudes demanded the resignation of whatever officials may have been involved in the incident, either before or after it took place.

    submitted by Bryn Kanar - (www)

    beliritgate - The means to eventually reach the aspirations for medicine as a career, regardless of circumstances, problems, or initial rejection.

    e.g., The best doctors are those with a strong belitirgate.

    submitted by David Rant

    bellyigerence - A combative and defensive attitude of the Overweight.

    e.g., The Five Stages of Fatness  
    1. Denial and Isolation -- " These pants must have shrunk; I don't eat that much. But I'm not going to the neighbor's pool party." 
    2. Anger -- "What's wrong with me! I'm a logical, intelligent person. How could I let this happen?"  
    3. Bargaining -- "Just suppose that I were to snack only on carrots and celery, eat one meal on weekdays, and. . . ." 
    4. Depression -- "Dear Lord, diet and exercise? I just can't do it. I'll be fat and ugly forever!"  
    5. Bellyigerance -- "Yes, I know I look like I have another arse strapped to my stomach. Just don't look at me or say anything!"

    submitted by charlie lesko

    bellagio - plz find it

    e.g., i dont know what it means

    submitted by layah

    bellet - An art form combining the moves of ballet and the belly dance. Capitalization recommended as a proper name.

    e.g., Let's go to the Bellet tonight.

    submitted by Wade Hodges - (www)

    belligerant - An ant with any these characteristics: pugnacious, truculent, combative, quarrelsome, antagonistic, contentious.

    e.g., We might want to put a belligerant in charge after war is declared . . . but not before.

    submitted by Miss Speller

    belligerated - Belligerently wasted. Related: blitzkrieged, schnockered, sauced, tanked, sloshed, full, thwacked, faded, tossed, gone, recockulated, tattered, faded, smashed, hurt, wrecked, hammered, sloshed, fubared, wrecked, racked, bombed, tipsy, schmeved, liquored, buckled, wrexed, opused, bluecoww'ed, tommy knocked, trashed.

    e.g., I got belligerated last night and woke up with a hangover and a black eye.

    submitted by Pat Wiltsey - (www)

    belligerati - Writers and other members of the intelligentsia who advocate war or imperialism. Posted on May 31, 2002, by Paul McFedries, the Word Spy.

    e.g., "How the war fevers raged in those days after Sept. 11. The nation's syndicated belligerati were beside themselves." Michael Powell  

    Columnist Michael Kelly flayed the unconscionable pacifists as pro-terrorist and evil. Charles Krauthammer argued for bombing an enemy city, anywhere.
    Michael Powell, "An Eminence With No Shades of Gray," The Washington Post, May 5, 2002

    submitted by [Paul McFedries] - (www)

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