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scheniving - A word used to describe someone who is both scheming and conniving.

e.g., "They’re always the ones conniving and scheming. Sometimes they do both. I call that scheniving." -- RvB

submitted by saiyan*queen*vega - (www)

schiakwerker - Shi-yaak-wehr-kehr. One who values a piece of garbage very highly. Almost obsessed with it.

e.g., That schiakwerker's been carrying that banana peel for days. Doesn't he know it'll just rot?

submitted by Jeff

schilled - Taking a spill on your bike in the winter.

e.g., I schilled on the way to school.

submitted by Nathan Powell

sching *sparkle sparkle* - The common occurence of a dinging sound accompanied by a brief flash of light, often found in cheesy commercials.

e.g., The model, with a pronounced smile, held the Arm and Hammer Wipes and drew her flat, upturned right hand from left to right under the bottom of the box. Simultaneously, there was a sching *sparkle sparkle* emanating from her blinding white teeth.

submitted by mundhra

schislam - [pron. skiz-lom] The hotten soul of ancient Hammies, a danger now to all the world, illogical and backward and a source of great evil, numbing human minds and demanding irrational obedience and slavelike devotion. (ED. Sounds a bit like radical islam. Such creations are generally discouraged; however, the deaths of thousands of Americans seven years ago paid the toll for this entry.)

e.g., We're overdue for MegaHam to speak to us again, this time from Above and Beyond, via a bonafide "channeler" perhaps, to correct all the errors of schislam, of which there are so many. A head to toe bris for schislam. (-:

submitted by Erik Noormansen - (www)

schiz - To behave in a violent or deranged way.

e.g., Chris went absolutely schiz during football practice today. He's not even on the team--too much perseverance for him--but he still went schizoid. Typical.

submitted by lennyk

schiznic - Garbage.

e.g., If you want this to work, we gotta get all this schiznic out of here.

submitted by Craig Musgrove

schizoid - Being adept at acting in little dramatic vignettes.

e.g., Because he was a schizoid, management always called on Peter to lend his talents to company-sponsored "shows."

submitted by Wells Martin - (www)

schizothemia - "A schizothemia is a digression by means of a long reminiscence. Cicero was a master of digression, particularly in his ability to shift from the specific question or issue at hand (the hypothesis) to the more general issue or question that it depended upon (the thesis)."

e.g., Ya, ya, I know. Many of my blog entries are schizothemic. That's all right. I write them for myself, not for anyone else. | "Welcome to Luciferous Logolepsy, a collection of over 9,000 obscure English words. Though the definition of an 'English' word might seem to be straightforward, it is not. There exist so many adopted, derivative, archaic or abandoned words in what we loosely define as the 'English Language,' that a clear-cut definition seems impossible. For the purposes of this project, though, words are included that may stretch any basic definitions. Particular attention has been paid to archaic words, as they tend to be more evocative -- as if their very age lends additional meaning or overtones. Current personal favorites include 'skirr,' 'epicaricacy,' and 'schizothemia.'"

submitted by schizothemer - (www)

schlecked - Having half of your face covered with a dog's kiss. A dog's lick to your face that covers your chin, mouth and nose, or a lick that covers half of your face.

e.g., Huskies love to schleck people. Everone needs to be schlecked.

submitted by Rosemary

schleeepy - Similar to sleepy but progressively becoming more so with each passing minute. The more schleeepy you are the longer you draw out the eee's.

e.g., I have been up for 22 hours and I am so schleeeeeepy.

submitted by Brian Snyder

schleep - To rest, nap, or catch up on lost sleep during school classes.

e.g., When I stayed up too late studying for my test, the next morning I found myself schleeping during my first period science class.

submitted by Kelsey DeLave

schleptop - A bulky, heavy, and unwieldy laptop computer that is a real pain to "schlep" around with you.

e.g., Look at the size of Simon's schleptop. He's going to put his shoulder out carrying that around all day.

submitted by Simon Sharwood - (www)

schliemann - (SHLEE-mun; n.) 1. An archaeologist (or wreck diver, or explorer, or treasure seeker, vel cet.) who does more harm than good, digging without proper care to the site (or wreck or land or culture or whatever); 2. (By extension) anyone in any discipline who focuses on fame, wealth, or some other form of "success," to the extent that they set aside their discipline's true aims and proprieties; (v.) 3. to take such liberties with a discipline's real aims in pursuit of reputation or gain that your research or results are suspect; 4. to jump to theoretical conclusions without a basis in careful research. [After Heinrich Schliemann, the archaeologist who, seeking for Troy, "excavated" the Tel at Hisarlik in Turkey by digging an enormous trench directly into the hill, compromising the numerous layers of interconnected habitation in a search for the treasures of Priam---which he claims to have smuggled out past the Turkish guards with the aid of his wife: Hardly the sort of press archaeologist want for their careful and deliberate discipline.] Also, 5. Schliemannize, to accuse an archaeologist of Schliemanning.

e.g., I'm cool with careful study of the Titanic's remains, but I'm always leery of those Schliemanning treasure seekers who haul up safes or bumble about the wreck, hoping only to find gold or jewels or whatever.

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

schligim - A pile of wet, smelly, dead leaves.

e.g., After the storm passed, John had to go rake up the schligim that had piled up in the street.

submitted by Judith A.

schlitzy - Drunk.

e.g., Give me the keys, Jimmy. You're too schlitzy to drive.

submitted by Juice Maloose

schlockjob - To advertise a job opening as one thing or to have one set of requirements--only for the applicant to find out the job is nowhere like what was described on the internet or in the newspaper.

e.g., Bobbi soon found out that she had been schlockjobbed the moment she began talking to the alien-like human resources person.

submitted by David F. Nutter - (www)

schlocky - To look shabbily or to do a shabby job on something.

e.g., Your boss really did a schlocky job on that report. OR My husband does a schlocky job when he does the dishes. OR Why don't you get up a little earlier in the morning? You always look so schlocky when you come to work.

submitted by Shannon

schloo - Someone who will say or do something stupid, or not realize the obvious.

e.g., Chris is a schloo.

submitted by naqah-dah

schloomf - Great.

e.g., We had a schloomfing good time

submitted by tom garret

schlop, to - To schlep (lug, carry, drag) a large, heavy load of shopping (or whatever) to a destination.

e.g., We schlopped a whole pile of stuff to the cottage.

submitted by Michael Katz

schlump - A cross between slumping, scrunching, being a lump, and general anti-rigidity floppingness. It's like intense relaxing with a bit of slackeresque attitiude. Vegging with intent. That kind of thing.

e.g., It's been a tough week. All I want to do this weekend is just schlump on the couch and recover.

submitted by lilu

schlumpfluffer - A useless co-worker who makes a career out of "fluffing" the egos of equally useless and boring managers.

e.g., I can't believe it. That schlumpfluffer spent 20 minutes in our meeting agreeing sharing a giggle over that stupid, annoying commercial.

submitted by Allison Lee-Clay - (www)

schlumpt - All put together. Piled in one area. Close to another.

e.g., All the buildings are schlumpt together.

submitted by Zac

schmackitup - Making out.

e.g., Going over to Jim's house to schmackitup, Mom. See ya' 'bout midnight.

submitted by Carrie

schmagegy - Flab of skin exposed around the elbow when arm when is fully extended.

e.g., Quit yanking on my schmagegy.

submitted by Kelsey

schmal - "The German verb 'schmalern' means to reduce, narrow, or belittle. Tracy Schmaler has reduced and belittled the long dignified history of the Department of Justice where she works." So, schmal will be given the same meaning in English.

e.g., By repeatedly pushing the refrain that the attacks on the consulate in Behghhazi, Libya, on September 11 were spontaneous and were caused by a third-rate video, Susan Rice succeeded in schmaling the obama administration on five Sunday morning talk shows.

submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

schmancy - From "fancy, schmancy." Very fancy, ornate--much fancier than you're accustomed to.

e.g., Let's not go to La Snooterie. That place is just too schmancy for words.

submitted by Jough Dempsey - (www)

schmangled - To be completely and utterely smashed due to the mass consumption of alcohol.

e.g., I was absolutely schmangled.

submitted by Andreas

schmank - Can be used interchangeably with the f-word, but only with good connotations.

e.g., Perhaps after a few more drinks we should go back to your place and schmank. | Perhaps your funishment tonight should be a good schmanking.

submitted by Jeff Chasen

schmart - The exact opposite of smart. A synonym for stupid.

e.g., John: Look, I found a peice of gum in my nose and it tastes yummy. Ross: I could never do anything like that. You're so schmart.

submitted by Rohn

schmca - used when asking why

e.g., person one: lets go eat a garden hose person two: schmca would we do that?

submitted by Taryn

schmear - The amount of mayo and or mustard the deli puts on your sandwich

e.g., If you like mustard be sure to request more than a schmear on your sandwich.

submitted by Judy

schmeckle - a goofy and silly type person

e.g., ex. you big schmeckle head

submitted by Jillian

schmee - A bum, a homeless person, or vagrant. Named after a local bum in Vancouver who would walk around muttering "schmee" to himself. To further emphasize the character, you may add the suffix "-crack" to the word.

e.g., Check out the Schmee-crack fishing in that bin. Scafifying, isn't she?

submitted by Kora

schmeep - Used when an adult is around or you cannot use profanity. Variation: Smeep.

e.g., Argh. Schmeep Devin for schmeeping my schmeeping keyboard.

submitted by Dmongah

schmeg - The last, stale bit of beer left in a can or bottle--usually backwash.

e.g., Can I have a sip of your beer? Eww, it's only schmeg, take it back.

submitted by koze

schmegegke - Left-over food.

e.g., My friend's refrigerator is always full of his mom's disgusting schmegegkes.

submitted by Robert D. C. Shapiro - (www)

schmeggle - An oaf-like person who continues to act oaf-like despite the good intentions of others to help improve her condition..

e.g., Vickie is a terrible schmeggle. She's wearing her INXS Rocks t-shirt... again. That must be the fourth time this week. Doesn't she have any Gap clothing to wear?

submitted by Barfly

schmegma - An intrusive mass of something on one's skin.

e.g., When waking up, you may have some schmegma in the corner of your eye.

submitted by JayOne

schmelding - 1. Stuff. Things. A substitute for doohicky or thingamajigger. 2. Something indescribable. Kind of like the TAO of Jerry Lewis.

e.g., Jerry: What is that oblong device you're carrying, Lewis? Lewis: A shmelding, Jerry.

submitted by George Kaplan

schmengi - A fat, lazy, stupid person (which no one is and everyone is afraid they are.)

e.g., Hey, Badge, don't be a schmengi. Get off the couch and get outside. And don't be banging your head against any trees, either.

submitted by Badge

schmick - Cool, great, awesome, etc. A way to express your approval.

e.g., Very schmick, Mike.

submitted by sazzz - (www)

schmickel - A small amount, an iota.

e.g., "Would you like more cheesecake?" "Maybe just a schmickle."

submitted by webullnpooh

schmiglet - "A small unit of measurement." Not original.

e.g., You're close. Move it a schmiglet to your left. . . . No, that's too far.

submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

schmingle - Schmooze + mingle. What sales reps do at parties instead of enjoying themselves.

e.g., I tried to enjoy myself, but my date spent the entire evening schmingling with the club owners.

submitted by Davezilla - (www)

schminke - Funky, cool, great. Note: Pronunciation is shming-key

e.g., That new shirt you're wearing is completely schminke!

submitted by Marie

schmitzel schmotzel - My Austrian grandmother used to occasionally use this expression, "Schmitzel schmotzel," when acting affectionate toward her grandchildren. Schmitzel schmotzel meant something like "being affectionate," "be lovey dovey," "give you hugs and kisses" -- and grandma was fairly affectionate.

e.g., Let's visit grammy. I'm ready for some schmitzel schmotzel.

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

schmoo - Something insignificant.

e.g., I don't give a schmoo what he thinks.

submitted by DJ Gorill

schmook - To get gunk, like a nose print, on someone's glasses.

e.g., Watch out when you kiss me. You always schmook up my glasses.

submitted by Akane - (www)

schmoolie day - A religious holiday not observed by most people, but is taken as a day off by a select few.

e.g., "Where's Carl? He's not in his office." "He's not coming in, it's a Schmoolie Day."

submitted by Ben

schmoopie - Unbearably cute, intentionally disgusting pet name. Synonym: sweetie

e.g., I love you, schmoopie.

submitted by naomi - (www)

schmoopotronium - A quality which another possesses, or gesture that she makes, which one finds extremely endearing.

e.g., That little look over your shoulder that you give me every now and then is pure schmoopotronium to me, babe.

submitted by Stefczo!

schmoopy - One's significant other. For a feeling of love or adoration.

e.g., Are you going out with your schmoopy tonight? She's a little too schmoopy for me right now.

submitted by Mattheimer

schmooqpie - Used for the behavior of a couple so cute in public that they disgust everyone around them. The "q" is silent, as in "Monty Python."

e.g., Honey, it's fine to nuzzle my armpit when we're at home, but please don't be so schmooqpie in front of my friends.

submitted by Rhiannon

schmoot - Alternative to such words as "crap" and "heck." Rhymes with "put," not "poot."

e.g., What the schmoot happened here?

submitted by Captain skanka skanka Falcon - (www)

schmooze - To show off and try to gain attention.

e.g., I love to schmooze with famous people.

submitted by Cat Bryant

schmubber - A generally inexcusably annoying or worthless person.

e.g., "Man, I hate Adam, he's such a schmubber."

submitted by Adam N.

schmuck - Silly person.

e.g., Chris is a schmuck.

submitted by Cho

schmuda - Yiddish. Generally, any type of junk or gunk. Specifically, the stuff that accumulates between the strings and the fret board by playing a guitar.

e.g., You got some schmooda on your pants.

submitted by jp

schmudy - It's the same as study, in the bad kind of the word. Like you don't want to do it

e.g., No, I'm not going for a drink, because I have to schmudy for my exams tomorrow.

submitted by maarten - (www)

schmuffin - A sandwich sold at Sheetz convenience stores. An English muffin with an egg patty that one can customize and add meat or cheese. An Egg McMuffin that just tastes better. An inexpensive meal, a staple of life and diet for students of Western Maryland College.

e.g., I ordered a Schmuffin and ate it in five minutes, it was that good.

submitted by Tara DellaFranzia - (www)

schmul - A rare cheese that comes from the cattle of Upper Manhattan. Best when spread on kosher matzos.

e.g., When I visited my aunt, she served schmul slices to go on my matzos.

submitted by Steve

schmultz - Dripping unnecessary emotional mushiness, much like "corny" or "cheesy." Originally from Yiddish, meaning chicken fat in its original language.

e.g., Celine Dion is so schmultzy, she drives me wiggy.

submitted by Desiree

schmumpfly - cozy, comfy, snuggly, but all at once.

e.g., "That sweater is so schmumpfly." "I love winter mornings under my down comforter -- makes me feel all schmumpfly."

submitted by Jen Rankin - (www)

schmunch - Something that is a cross between crunched and smashed.

e.g., The car involved in the accident was badly schmunched.

submitted by Andrea

schmutz - "Unidentifiable object or group of objects - or, if known, can be a catch-all word for everything"

e.g., "In a restaurant: "Honey, you have some schmutz on your face." or "eww, what's that schmutz all over the floor?""

submitted by Kitty - (www)

schnack - A simple mutation using the sound from schnickle or shnorkle in combination with snack, to indicate something more than a snack, yet still less than a meal.

e.g., Not having time for supper , Mary grabs a schnack on her way to the car.

submitted by nunya beeznezz

schnadle - Lumps in things that should not have lumps in them, such as gravy, pudding or cream of wheat.

e.g., This gravy is full of schnadle.

submitted by Sioux Hart

schnazi - Cool, good, or to be used in a congratalatory remark.

e.g., Your shirt looks schnazi with that suit.

submitted by Tessana Nemenski

schnazy - Sweet and cool.

e.g., Schnazy outfit, Shorty.

submitted by shorty

schnazzlebopper - the precise name for the thing that is not a whatchamaccalit, or keys, or anything of monetary value.

e.g., Where did you put the, um, what is it called . . . the schnazzlebopper?

submitted by Sheana - (www)

schnazzy - To describe something just told to be interesting; another word for "cool."

e.g., Bob: I just got a new car today. Ted: That's pretty schnazzy.

submitted by Pinky

schnertz - Laughing so that stuff shoots out of your nose when you're drinking.

e.g., I schnertzed my wine spritzer all over the screen.

submitted by Dean - (www)

schnib - Used to describe something small

e.g., I need a schnib of paper for a note.

submitted by arlene

schnibbles - Small pieces of paper and lint, etc.

e.g., After tearing off the paper from the spiral notebook, I got schnibbles all over my desk. Or Look at all the schnibbles on the ground! Pick them up!

submitted by Shannon

schnitz - stuff, especially yucky stuff but not limited to the gross

e.g., "Hey, you've got schnitz in the corner of your left eye."

submitted by Wendy

schnizzle - Another way of saying that something is crazy or really cool!

e.g., Bob said that the Super Bowl was schnizzle and by far the most exciting game he'd seen in years.

submitted by Gina Gaster - (www)

schnokkered - Incredibly drunk.

e.g., Check out Adam, Dave! He's clearly schnokkered.

submitted by Adam Pearson - (www)

schnonomere - A way of describing utter disbelief at a unimaginable action or fact.

e.g., Billy yelled "Schnonomere!" when he found out his mum was dead

submitted by Kozak

schnoodle - Dog mutt who is part Schnauzer amd part Poodle.

e.g., Our Schnoodle, Kitty, is larger than a mini-Schnauzer and smaller than a standard Schnauzer, but has some characteristics of a Poodle, too.

submitted by Jackie R.

schnoozer - The sort of person who wears boat shoes and fitted jeans.

e.g., Look at that guy, Chris. He's a shnoozer for certain.

submitted by Dom

schnozzle - Nose. | The residue left by a dog's nose on the inside of a car or truck window.

e.g., Ow! That frisbee hit me right on the schnozzle. | Would someone please clean Fido's schnozzle off the cars window. I can't see a thing.

submitted by Purple Martin | susie

schnozzle - The residue left by a dog's nose on the inside of a car or truck window.

e.g., Would someone please clean Fido's schnozzle off the cars window. I can't see as thing.

submitted by susie

schnuftie - Decorative design element. No apparent function other than to look good.

e.g., A coupla schnufties would round out the home page nicely.

submitted by mishx - (www)

schnukim - Equivalent of a pet name; meaning, to show affection to another.

e.g., You're my schnukim.

submitted by Jenna

school - To teach one a lesson. To beat one into submission.

e.g., He schooled us all in wrestling with his superior strength.

submitted by Jim Pipkin

school bus - A girl who has sex with many people -- everyone gets a ride for free.

e.g., "Chris has slept with everyone on the soccer team." "Yeah, she's a school bus."

submitted by Cody

school-made bun - Any disgusting food. Usually bounces, and has a strange retraction property that makes it different from any other element. The true school-made bun is considered by some to be a rare earth element, and is created only under certain very specific conditions in school cafeterias throughout the world.

e.g., Ick. This tofu turkey is school-made bun. Let's go get Chinese.

submitted by lauryn

schoolboy - To make one look foolish by resorting to the simplest possible means.

e.g., We couldn't figure out why the car wouldn't start. We changed the battery and even thought about pulling the engine. ... Then Felipe schoolboyed us and showed us we'd used the wrong car keys.

submitted by BigJ7489

schoolbus groupies - The cars that stack up behind the bus along a country road.

e.g., My car was tenth in a line of schoolbus groupies, and I knew I would be late for work.

submitted by Jonathan Caws-Elwitt - (www)

schoolish - Pertaining to the better qualities inherent in going to school: studious, zealous of learning, polite, and respectful.

e.g., Don't be foolish, be schoolish.

submitted by David

schoon - Ugly, disgusting, or distasteful.

e.g., I can't believe he just picked his nose. Eeeewww, that's schoon.

submitted by shawnasie

schooned - What an individual looks like after too many schooners of beer.

e.g., You look schooned.

submitted by Bran

schpoozellous - Extremely thick, foggy, opaque.

e.g., The sky is so schpoozelous, you can't even see the moon.

submitted by Kagi Kato

schram - To breathe through the nose so deeply that everyone within a mile radius can hear it. Named for a priest whose breathing you hear from the back of the chapel.

e.g., Breathe through your mouth would you? I can't take any more of your schramming.

submitted by Walter Swarthau

schreibtischfuhrer - An expression of disbelief, anger, or dismay.

e.g., When Bob found out he got ripped off for his computer, he muttered, "Schreibtischfuhrer."

submitted by Anonymous

schritzen - To frolic merrily in fields of daises or any alternative flower depending on the season.

e.g., "And what do you think of that?" said the schritzening little elf. "It gives me sharp and shooting pains to listen to such drool." I lifted up my foot, and squashed the God damn little fool. (Morris Bishop)

submitted by Billy Preston

schrode - (v.) to devise bizarre thought experiments (a) to draw attention to an incongruity in the premises of a given paradigm (such as quantum mechanics), (b) to be a pain, or (c) because one is genetically predisposed to think like Albert Camus or Franz Kafka. (From Erwin Schrodinger's famous reductio ad absurdum explanation, "Schrodinger's Cat," of the paradox in the Copenhagen Interpretation of quantum theory.) Present Participle: "schroding"; agentive: "schrodinger."

e.g., "I've just read the most interesting thought experiment." "Really? What was it?" "This French fellow suggests that you drink a large glass of water while urinating." "What? Why?" "He says it can make you feel like the water is simply pouring through you." "Okay, he schrode, for sure."

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

schrodinger's friend - Modeled after the seeming paradox of Shrodinger's cat, a best friend who is also your mortal enemy.

e.g., Well, best buddy from my youth on up, now that you've made fun of my religious views, I guess you can be my Shcrodinger's friend.

submitted by s. zihlavsky|Sheldon of "The Big Bang"

schroon - To repeatedly hang out with a member of the opposite sex (who is not one's significant other) to the complete exclusion of any other people.

e.g., "Have you seen Drew?" "Nah, he's off schrooning with Brittany."

submitted by Bombastic Days

schrunk - Insane footman with delusions of a homosexual nature as well as identifying with cats or magpies famous for running about with no obvious reasons

e.g., Oh, no, the schrunk is about the woods again. Let's all hide in strange tents with fires so our post-cannisters remain safe.

submitted by Torgaut Matias Gulliksen - (www)

schtuck - Stuck.

e.g., My foot got schtuck in the escalator yesterday.

submitted by Nicky Ubben

schube - Acting so stupid as to be accused of being brain damaged.

e.g., Did you see that guy just walk into the door jam? What a schube.

submitted by p.f.rudey

schuchanator - Someone of massive power who can control others. minds. Very skilled at being ninja. {ED. Merry Gift Day, A. You're now pseudofamous.}

e.g., Wow, look at Rochelle. She's like a schuchanator.

submitted by Autumn Thyssen

schufosi - A derogatory term used by Formula One fans to describe bandwagon Ferrari Fans. Historically used to describe Michael Schumacher fans.

e.g., The Schufosi went wild as the Ferrari driver won the race.

submitted by Wycco

schultzie - A piece of food stuck in your teeth or a booger hanging out of your nose.

e.g., After eating, "Hey, do I have a schultzie?"

submitted by Liz/Camie

schumacher - A word meaning a person who drives in front of you at great speed and then turns into you, forcing you to stop suddenly or crash into her. See 1994 Australian Grand Prix or 1995 European Grand Prix for details.

e.g., "What kind of driving was that?" "Schumacher."

submitted by Xnoybis

schumi army - The Schumi Army are the legion of largely German Michael Schumacher fans. They are not unlike a huge beer-swilling army.

e.g., Wherever Schumi goes, the Schumi Army goes, too.

submitted by Adam Leslie

schuush - What you do to someting.

e.g., I schuushed all the stuff in the drawer.

submitted by Cheryl

schwa - A noise used when an object moves quickly, usually in a sliding motion. Also, a mocking word used when making fun of preppies. In this case, it can be pronounced "shuh-WAH."

e.g., "I was imitating Tom Cruise in _Risky Business_, and I slid across the floor, and I was just like, schwa!" (while demonstrating)

submitted by kelly

schwack - To kiss while applying light suction. If both kissers do this, the lips will pull away with a satisfying "schwack" sound. Somewhat akin to a "smeck." | To make a vicious play that cripples an opponent's chance to win. | A large amount.

e.g., Gimme a schwack, right on the kisser. | While playing Mille Bornes, John schwacked Mary with a flat tire. | With plenty of time available, I'm going to make a schwack of new entries.

submitted by D^2 | Jay - (www)

schwacker - A pervert over 40, characterized by frequent use of the transit and a habit of staring openly at younger women's breasts.

e.g., That old broad in the trench coat just asked me for my phone number. Clearly a shwacker.

submitted by ellen

schwag - not-the-best, last resort, bottom of the barrel, something used in the absence of anything better

e.g., Compared to white albacore in spring water, chunk tuna in vegetable oil is schwag.

submitted by Stephanie B.

schwaggle - To hang out with one's significant other to the complete exclusion of other people.

e.g., "Have you seen Drew around?" "Nah, he's off schwaggling with Katie again."

submitted by Bombastic Days

schwaked chair - A chair with uneven legs. When you sit in one, you rock from side to side

e.g., "I really hate this schwaked chair!"

submitted by Monomonical Bolleringtonmasternesses

schwangdoodle - An unidentifiable object; something for which the proper name escapes you, as a tool.

e.g., Hand me that schwangdoodle over there, would you?

submitted by Crazy Larry

schwantzstucker - Penis.

e.g., "The male equivalent would be the bald middle-aged dweeb who’s too fat to see his schwantzstucker without a mirror, who desperately searches for a mail-order bride even though he knows, deep down, that most of them are con artists."

submitted by beelzebub - (www)

schwarzencare - Health care as provided under California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's January 2007 proposal.

e.g., "While Washington dithers over 'nibbling around the edges' reforms, Schwarzenegger's proposals instantly become the most-talked about plan for wide-ranging changes in the health care arena since Hillarycare -- and like Hillarycare, Schwarzencare is almost too complicated to talk about, with dozens of planks hoping to shore up rather than fundamentally reform our healthcare system.

"Also like Hillarycare, Schwarzencare is ambitious; Schwarzenegger himself said repeatedly, he hopes to build a model, "that can be shared with the rest of the nation," and finally make himself relevant on a substantive instead of symbolic level. Unfortunately, his plan will make much worse our already-broken health care system, so patient advocates must watch it closely."

submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

schwarzeneggerian - Possessing a massive or bodybuilder's physique.

e.g., The criminal was Schwarzeneggerian in stature.

submitted by Joel Jenkins - (www)

schway - Used to describe something for which one has a strong affinity.

e.g., "That is one schway babe." "That movie was schway cool."

submitted by Semi

schway - Used by skaters and surfers in reference to something that is awesomely cool.

e.g., That switch 360 hardflip over that 12 stair set was schway.

submitted by rob - (www)

schwee - The collection of dust that gathers in your mouse. It must be removed from the rolling track ball to make the mouse function smoothly.

e.g., Since I removed the schwee from my mouse, I'm now clicking smooth and free.

submitted by Rich Riegel

schwick - To adopt or to take as your own--generally in reference to habits, mannerisms, and elements of style or speech. Sometimes spelled "shwick."

e.g., My roommate is dressing just like me--he's schwicking my whole look. He's trying to be me. Loser!

submitted by boinger

schwillied - A state of inebriation in which the person exhibits slurred speech, elaborate gestures, heightened tone of voice, and no coordination, usually just before passing out.

e.g., They had 75-cent well drinks at the club last night. Chris and I were getting schwillied--as usual. Particularly Chris.

submitted by chizzuck

schwing - Reference to a man's physical reaction to sexual innuendo or stimulation.

e.g., "You should have seen his reaction to her thong - schwing!"

submitted by melissa

schwinn - A Hobby. A Company. A Tradition.A Life Style.

e.g., When I was young I enjoyed working on bicycles. I didn't realize what Schwinn stood for. Then, as I matured, I grew wiser and learned to appreciate Schwinnz.

submitted by Scorpn007

schwit - Yet another word for pot.

e.g., Do you want to do some schwit tonight

submitted by christian

schwoogie - A road with many curves.

e.g., Be careful, there is a schwoogie in the road. This is where the road schwoogies

submitted by Reann

schwoopy - Exceptionally curvy. Designed without a ruler. First official usage in Boyett's TREKS NOT TAKEN (Harper Collins).

e.g., It's hard to say which is more schwoopy, Betty Page or a '69 Corvette. If you pour water on something schwoopy, it'll all run off.

submitted by Steve Boyett - (www)

sci-bab - Scientific babble that includes a string of arcane words like "eosinophils" and "cytotoxic lymphocytes," designed to intimidate and overawe.

e.g., My friend Casper thinks he's impressing me when he peppers me with his scientific vocabulary, but his sci-bab only makes me think he's a nanonerd, and a rude one at that.

submitted by natalie - (www)

science - Logic.

e.g., Ed: Damn, I burned myself when I put my hand into the campfire. Ted: Yeah, that's some science.

submitted by ditnis

science friction - The conflict between evolution and creationism, between the natural versus the supernatural,.

e.g., Science friction in this day and age is perhaps unavoidable..

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

science project - The tupperware container in the back of the fridge that has been there so long that you have no idea what is inside and are terrified to find out.

e.g., Honey, how long has this science project been back here?

submitted by zaneima

sciency - Of, regarding, or relating to science, or scientific subject matter, esp. the disciplinary approaches and methods of science.

e.g., I really like sciency stuff. He has a very sciency attitude. That article was very sciency.

submitted by Nathan

scientician - A person is is both a scientist and a technician.

e.g., I got a new job as a scientician.

submitted by Ian

scientifical - A word idiots use to sound intelligent.

e.g., "We found the results of the tests to be very scientifical," remarked Chester.

submitted by chester

scientits - A female scientist who is devoted to her field, yet still feels comfortable with being a sex object as well.

e.g., Here at Mars Prime University we are fortunate to have a goodly number of highly qualified scientits, excellent at work and excellent at play.

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

scientologist - One who is proficicient in the science of anything.

e.g., When explaining why you should keep batteries in the fridge, one becomes a scientologist for a short amount of time.

submitted by Luke Riessen

scientonomy - Untruth, or just a theory

e.g., Bollocks, that's scientonomy, Al, and you know it.

submitted by René

scientwist - Somebody who becomes a scientist without any required qualifcation and twist any scientific matter. Much like a scientwit.

e.g., Dont believe the words of a scientwist.

submitted by B. Sudhir

sciolist - A real word meaning "a person who pretends to be knowledgeable and well informed."

e.g., It's much, much easier to get away with being a sciolist now that we have the Internet.

submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

scion-of-a-bitch - A son-of-a-bitch with an inheritance.

e.g., I've just written an e-mail to send to John Kerry. In it, I tell him what a scion-of-a-bitch I think he is.

submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

sciorscier - An operation's manager of a natural foods importer.

e.g., Those tree-hugger companies sure need a lot of sciorsciers due to massive growth.

submitted by damon

scipol - A scientist who rejects truth and knowledge for spin-doctoring, bad science, fake science, "cooking the books," etc.--for political purposes.

e.g., Many scientists turn into scipols because they are politically beholden to those who provide their funding.

submitted by Adrian R. Lawler

scissid - (Pronounced SIZ-id; adj.) 1. Of or pertaining to scissors; 2. Showing signs of the [usually poor] application of scissors; 3. (Said of people) [Too] eager or [too] quick to use scissors; 4. Cut to ribbons. [The adjective form of "scissor" on analogy with stupor > stupid, langor > languid, rigor > rigid.]

e.g., "Amelia Bedelia really cut up those curtains, huh, Gramma?" "Oh, yes." "She was really scissid."

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

sclad - scantly clad

e.g., pete was checking out the sclad women in the bar.

submitted by peter beckwith

scoche - A little bit. Something in a small porportion.

e.g., I passed that exam by just a scoche

submitted by Shaunomac

scod - A name given by me and my mum for those little sprinklies of urine on toilet seats.

e.g., Eeew. Somebody forgot to wipe the scod off the toilet seat in this stall.

submitted by Victoria

scode - Noun; A sticky residue, usually dark brown or black, that contains various small aggregates, notably; pet hair, dirt, cob webs and clothes dryer lint. Results from seeping of lubricants from latent mechanical items, such as a bicycle’s sprockets, regrettably, stored in the garage and unused for a very long time.

e.g., In order to repair the bicycle, Phill began by removing the scode from the chain and sprockets.

submitted by Phill Armstrong

scodge - Disagreeable dirty substance.

e.g., To friend who has dried taco sauce on his chin, "You've got scodge on your chin."

submitted by Jo-Ra

scoff - To eat food

e.g., Better go scoff, I'm starving.

submitted by Jennifer

scoff - To steal. Heard this in Toronto in grade school in the early 70s.

e.g., Hey! Who scoffed my pencil?

submitted by J. Field

scoffable - Worthy of scoffing. Worthless. Despicable.

e.g., _Battlefield Earth_ is probably the most scoffable movie he'd seen in a long time.

submitted by Lynn - (www)

scoft - Share. Don't ask me, I wasn't the one that came up with it. Dorm room drinking and a friend pipes up with it seriously wondering why we all stared at him funny. Became kind of thing for us to use.

e.g., I've only got one cigarette left. Do you want to scoft it?

submitted by John DeBoer

scogag - A word effectively meaning "morning." It was created by my eldest son 8 years ago, and is used daily by all 5 members of our immediate family.

e.g., See you in the scogag. (said between all family members each night.)

submitted by David

scomping - Romping in a scambling fashion.

e.g., I spent some happy hours scomping with my dog, Derek, on a duvet covered with irises.

submitted by peter wellby

scone - "How's it goin'?". Common in California. Not to be confused with the pastry.

e.g., Tony: Scone? Oran: Great. Thanks for asking. Scone with you?

submitted by Oran

scont - A word that referrs to a situation that is, from the experiencer's point of view, unfortunate. Synonym for "sucks."

e.g., I failed Algebra. That sconts!

submitted by Mike Garcia

scoo - A bastardization of is cool. Often said doubly as scoo scoo, to emphasize the coolness of the situation.

e.g., Scoo scoo, I like it much better this way.

submitted by Clain

scoob - 1. Deja Vu 2. Repetitiveness. Both terms derived from every Scooby Doo episode being essentially the same.

e.g., ""And I woulda got away with it too, if it wasn't for these meddling kids and their dog Scoobing me.""

submitted by Sin

scoobies - Overwhelming immediate and desperate need for any particular object at any time, such as Scooby Snacks.

e.g., Jack: What do you think of my Brigitte? Tom: She gives me mad scoobies.

submitted by wnpxnff

scoobing - The wild clapping of one's hand.

e.g., Stop that infernal scoobing, Daniel. It's starting to get annoying and you look like a lobster.

submitted by Emmy

scooby - To not have a clue. To be clueless.

e.g., Stop trying to impress me with your knowledge of quantum mechanics, it's obvious you haven't got a scooby.

submitted by Nasixi

scooby - To take food that is not yours.

e.g., Damn. John just scoobied my lunch...again.

submitted by hermin

scooby gang - A group of people who hang around investigating the paranormal. Popularised by Buffy The Vampire Slayer

e.g., Ooh, a demon. Should I round up the Scooby Gang?

submitted by David Lynch - (www)

scooby snack - A very attractive person.

e.g., Check out the new counter guy -- grade-A Scooby Snack.

submitted by Name Withheld

scooby snack - Dip or chewing tobacco.

e.g., I need a scooby snack. Desperately.

submitted by tom

scooby, scoobied - To leave abruptly; to run off.

e.g., There was trouble brewing, so we scoobied.

submitted by Joe Curran

scooch - To mooch, or weasel out of something. The guy who takes the last piece of pizza, or last beer after not having pitched in for it in the first place is a scooch. Also has a lot to do with being in the right place at the right time.

e.g., I saw the opening in the waiting line and I scooched right in. "That scooch took the last beer" "Whenever there is hard work to be done, that scooch is gone"

submitted by Damien Girard

scoochie - Any person, place, or thing that is comfortable, soft, cuddly, relaxing.

e.g., Did you throw my scoochie gray sweatshirt away? No? Well, I can't find it. ... Oh, you gave it to Goodwill. Well, you might as well have thrown it away.

submitted by Julianna

scoodalyboop - Exiting quickly, sometimes backwards, usually after doing something stupid.

e.g., You should have seen how Dave scoodalybooped after he dropped his lunch tray.

submitted by Mike Sacco

scoofed - Slang expression for being incapable due to excessive consumption of alcohol.

e.g., Ah couldnae tell if he wiz hauldin' up the lamp-post or if it wiz hauldin' him, he wiz that scoofed.

submitted by Wish

scoontie skaliwag - An unattractive harlot or loose woman who carelessly hops from guy to guy while their judgement is extremely impaired, similar to the way a pirate violently boards a ship without consent of the captain or crew.

e.g., Watch out for Justin's sister Chris. She's a genuine scoontie skaliwag.

submitted by Justin

scoop - Trying to pick someone up at a club, concert, etc.

e.g., I've been trying to scoop that girl all night.

submitted by Carlos Coutinho

scoopy - A state of mental chaos or disorganization; nuttiness.

e.g., Nadine can't seem to focus on her work. She's having a very scoopy day.

submitted by Nadine

scootch - A little bit

e.g., Could you move over just a scootch?

submitted by dina

scooteriffic - Really fun or enjoyable.

e.g., That trip we took to the coast last week was scooteriffic.

submitted by wayfaring man

scooterputtin - Out driving around looking for something to do

e.g., Oh, he's been out scooterputtin all afternoon. He said he'd be home before dark.

submitted by Barry R. Bowers

scoots - Shoes

e.g., Check out my new scoots.

submitted by andrew

scope - To check out.

e.g., Hey, Walter, scope that chick with the Godzilla tattoo calf, thigh, and...well, the whole left side of her body.

submitted by coffee

scope 'n hope - "v. - to scan a crowd, looking for a potential love interest."

e.g., The singles retreat at my church was spiritually uplifting -- and a major scope 'n hope!

submitted by Sawyer

scope scum - That acrid pasty film that congeals in one's mouth overnight while sleeping.

e.g., I've got soap scum in my tub and scope scum in my mouth. Better use some Scope. Better yet, Listerine. ("Boss, I gotta tell ya. You have bad breath." From a 1960s Scope TV commercial. I actually said it to my boss one day, just kidding. He was a great guy and later became CEO at Westinghouse, the owner of CBS at the time.)

submitted by Robert

scopeage - A hot girl or guy.

e.g., Hey, scopeage behind us.

submitted by Sam - (www)

scopes - An exclamation, often used in place of "Wow." See "Godkiller: Walk Among Us." {ED. Note that "circa" is used primarily to refer to a date, an approximate date. It can also be used to refer to a measurement. . . . You can thank me later. (Thanks for playing -- but it would have been better if you had provided an e-mail address.}

e.g., "I caught this bass in the lake!" "Scopes, that's a big one!"

submitted by Tommy

scordology - Words that foul up a friendly conversation.

e.g., Clark is using scordology.

submitted by Gregory

score - Synonym for the overused "cool" and "awesome."

e.g., Score, I got tickets to the concert. OR This is really score. I can't believe I passed the test.

submitted by rain - (www)

scorned beef - A young male who can't get a date.

e.g., Phil (looking into a mirror): Check this bod' since I've been working out-- the chicks will be drooling. Bill: Yeah, you now think you're prime rib, but the girls know that you're still scorned beef.

submitted by Charlie Lesko

scornswoggled - A combination of the words scorn and hornswoggled. The act of being suckered into something through the use of scornful language.

e.g., I didn't want to go to the opera, but she yelled enough that I was scornswoggled into it.

submitted by Mike Komblevicz

scorp - A gaudy, kitschy object that is prominently displayed.

e.g., Look at all those big decorations; they're just scorp.

submitted by The Travster

scorpy - A fairly large furry scorpion. They tend to be very perverted, willing to grab at people even while going through ritual pain. Scorpies also usually command giant starships and huge confederate empires. Scorpies also tend to assault people for absolutely no apparant reason, eat explosives, and are immortal. Be very afraid.

e.g., Next thing I knew, the scorpy snatched my lunch box from my hands and ate my lunch. I hate scorpies.

submitted by Scorpy

scortchie - What happens when someone pours hot water on you in the shower.

e.g., Hey, I called "no scortchies."

submitted by phil

scotch free - Scot free.

e.g., Is it true that Bruce aka Caitlyn Jenner was tried for killing a woman in a traffic accident and got off scotch free? If so, I hadn't heard about it.

submitted by Miss Speller - (www)

scottage - An obsession with anything having to do with Scotland.

e.g., What's up with Merlin? He's wearing a kilt, eating haggis, and carrying a bagpipe. He must have the scottage bad.

submitted by Rainbow Woman

scoundrelocity - A measure of a scoundrel's behavior.

e.g., Chris approached the girl with maximum scoundrelocity and was rewarded with a slap. For good measure, she slapped him a second time.

submitted by Clifford Ball

scoundrelous - Acting like a scoundrel. Han Solo: "There aren't enough scoundrels in your life."

e.g., His behavior with the ladies is simply scoundrelous.

submitted by Clifford Ball

scouser - Anyone born or currently living in Liverpool, England.

e.g., Most of the scousers gathered before the big football game at the Bull & Cock Pub in Stanley Park.

submitted by Paul

scoyner - A self-aware square. That is, a person who is a square and knows it, but takes a sort of subdued and tense pride in her squareness.

e.g., My geology teacher last semester was a real scoyner, he showed us a picture of him collecting rock samples on his honeymoon.

submitted by justin taylor

scpa - State Child Protective Agency.

e.g., You're out of your gourd naïve if you think some SCPA agents don't like to show off for their friends, neighbors, and fellow church-goers. That dould account for how the FLDS raid in Texas came about based on hearsay and without due process.

submitted by HD Fowler

scrabby - Clothing in a mild state of disrepair, suitable only for dirty jobs or roughhousing.

e.g., If you're going to play outside, put on your scrabby clothes first.

submitted by Michael Kivari

scrabster - A small dog with an unfortunate habit.

e.g., Poor old Lucky. He's a nice dog, but a bit of a scrabster for all that.

submitted by Chris Duddle

scrag - Used to describe a woman having a scrawny neck or a wrinkled face, or one who is ugly or has a bad temperament.

e.g., The teacher dressed provocatively, but sadly she was a real scrag.

submitted by Donald Bethune - (www)

scrags - Clothes (rags) that are dirty.

e.g., I can't believe that Amy and Charles have been living together for three months, and still sleep on a pile of scrags in the corner of a room.

submitted by ian dingman - (www)

scraige - Abrasion caused by gravel when scraping knee along the road in a fall.

e.g., Mum, 'ave you got a band-aid? I've just scraiged me knee and it's bleeding.

submitted by Reg Kear

scram - to drag your fingernails across someone's skin (usually their face) in an effort to inflict pain and at least leave thick pink weals. not quite the same as to scratch. tended to be a schoolkid thing.

e.g., "miss miss! tell her, she scrammed me!"

submitted by dan - (www)

scrambled eggheads - This phrase properly unmasks intellectuals who appear to have sold out to one party line, or one leader, to the point where, whatever said leader declares, they automatically re-scramble their brains in order to rationalize what they have already heartily assented to and cheered for.

e.g., "Did you witness that spectacle the other night! So many people hanging on the words of their speaker-leader as though he had just descended from Mt. Sinai with the one and only truth! And the scrambled eggheads are the worst! Already they are banging out columns in which they adjust their thinking automatically to conform to the anointed one!"

submitted by Dennis R. Ridley

scramblewedge - Hurrying to do something you don't really have time to do.

e.g., Sorry, can't do. I still need to scramblewedge a grocery run before my last appointment.

submitted by jill michel

scramboli - Unit of work time siphoned by employee spent on personal internet sites.

e.g., I caught a scramboli while that program loaded, so I checked out the latest at suck.com.

submitted by mptang

scrammage - To deliberately miss a sports practice session or to leave one early.

e.g., When Donna, the blonde head cheerleader, asked me to meet her at her house after school to check out her routines, I decided to skip football scrimmage and scrammage instead.

submitted by Charlie Lesko

scramoose - To leave in a hurry. Portmanteau of "scram" and "vamoose."

e.g., We're done. Go. Scramoose. Before the cops get here.

submitted by Name Withheld

scramorous - Inclined to employ the “love ‘em and leave ‘em “ technique.

e.g., After becoming involved with several scramorous rascals, she developed a cynical attitude about love.

submitted by Nonesuch

scran - Slang for food, a snack, nosh.

e.g., I'm hungry. Who's up for some srcan?

submitted by Ryan - (www)

scrange - An exclamation or reaction of inarticulate despair, preferably with a good dose of being overfamiliar and bored with the situation thrown in. The verbal equivalent of scratching your fingernails down a blackboard. Best uttered by two or more people at once. | (verb0 - to do something impressively badly, preferably when there is an audience to witness and berate you for how badly you did it. | Scrangeometer -- a dial that accurately measures exactly how scrange-worthy any action or situation might be.

e.g., A: Yeah, I had a row with my girlfriend. B: And it rained all day. C: And they'd run out of Fudge Brownie Ice cream in Sainsbury's. A, B and C: Scraaaange! | Sorry, I've completely scranged this up. You'll have to bin it and start again. | Eeek! I think that's about a 9.5 on the scrangeometer.

submitted by kate mellersh

scrap attack - Scrapbookers who get a sudden, uncontrolable, untimely, brain freezing-urge to scrap their scrapbooks.

e.g., It was 3:00 in the morning when my wife woke up screaming that she was having a scrap attack.

submitted by Scott Paul - (www)

scrapegoat - The person designated to bear not only blame, but also punishment.

e.g., The server is down again. Which intern is scrapegoat this week?

submitted by Gail R

scrapling - A piece of anything, too small to be considered a scrap.

e.g., Don't bother saving the rest of the lasagna. There's nothing left but scraplings.

submitted by Terry

scrappamphleting - A hobby in which one assembles collages of photos and words onto a sheet or two of paper. An introductory form of scrapbooking for those who are concerned about committing too much, too soon to that discipline.

e.g., Paul, ever leery of over-involvement yet wanting to be involved in artistic craft, opted for the scrappamphleting class over the scrapbooking.

submitted by Mark Lee - (www)

scrapper - A real fighter, a battler. Someone who battles hard to make her point known.

e.g., Sue's a real scrapper.

submitted by peon

scrapple alias panhas - Scrapple (rarely scraple" is a"Pennsylvania Dutch" (Pennsylvania German) dish composed of meat parts (or liver) and corn meal, formed into a loaf, baked, then sliced and fried -- very tasty to go with your eggs in the morning. The "Dutch" name for scrapple is panhas, which has many spellings, some of which as found on the internet are as follows:panhas, pannhas, panhaas, panhoss, pan hoss, panhaus, ponhaus, pon haus, pon-hoss, pawnhas, pawnhoss, paunhaus, pfannhas . . . and others no doubt. We used to pronounce it "pahn-hahss." It's really quite good. Dutch Pantry restaurants used to serve it. And

e.g., Mom's homemade panhas was to die for, so to speak (-:

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

scratch - Money.

e.g., How much scratch you make with your new burger-flippin' job?

submitted by Salted Wound - (www)

scratch - To leave, to go.

e.g., As much fun as peeling carrots is, I'm gonna scratch.

submitted by josh rocket martinez - (www)

scraup - To grab a handful of something in a scraping, pawing motion. Pronounced "skrorp."

e.g., He scrauped up a handful of potato chips and greedily stuffed them into his mouth.

submitted by Paul - (www)

scrave - To scrave. A desire beyond words, for a sort of super craving. So urgent that one would do just about anything to obtain the object of desire.

e.g., I am scraving some Mountain Dew. I may have to stop coding if I don't get some right away.

submitted by Cory Wright

scrawp - Dragging one thing across the surface of another, causing damage to one or both surfaces. This is what children to to the toes of their shoes, wearing out the leather.

e.g., You scrawp your shoes so much on the playground that the toes are worn out.

submitted by Elizabeth Macaulay

scrazy - Scary crazy. 1. Derogative: something really weird but also fairly frightening. 2. Out of control in a fun but morally questionable way. 3. Depicting an outrageously fun activity or action.

e.g., 1. The man I saw on the subway today wearing pink slippers, a fanny pack, stretch pants, and an "I heart Osama" t-shirt was the scraziest thing I've seen all week. 2. Last night we got scrazy drunk and ate several hot dogs each. 3. Although it may sound lame, we had a scrazy time dancing in our bathing suits at 4 a.m.

submitted by Sherri & Olivia

screamer - An extremely embarrassing moment which causes you to scream into your pillow at night. Usually occurs when all of a sudden you become painfully aware that you are humiliated by something you have said or done.

e.g., Sarah had a screamer last night when she remembered falling down flat on her face at the club, right in front of a some cute guys she knew.

submitted by Sarah Marie

screamo - Emo music with screaming, hardcore vocals interspersed throughout.

e.g., Taking Back Sunday is an example of a screamo band.

submitted by Dizzev

screamplay - Surely there's no chance that it will be original: a script from which a horror film is made.

e.g., Sorry, but your screamplay has been made into at least seven movies since 2004.

submitted by HD Fowler

screen condom - The plastic rectangles bought to cover your PDA screen so that it doesn't get scratched during use.

e.g., Mike bought a package of screen condoms so that his new I-Paq screen wouldn't get scratched.

submitted by usagiweaver - (www)

screenerist - One who likes sneaking into computer hardware shops (preferably high street ones) and changing the screen savers with mischievious intent. Often using the scrolling marquee text. Shortened form of "screen terrorist."

e.g., I went in there half an hour before, changed all the screen savers to "Hey Katie, will you go out with me?" and got out of there. Just because I'm a screenerist, doesn't mean I can't be romantic.

submitted by Amanda Jeffrey

screengenes - Genetic predisposition to be a couch potato.

e.g., His constant channel surfing while eating and drinking on the couch suggest screengenes.

submitted by Jonathan Brooks

screenjacker - A videogame player who looks at opposing players' monitors or portions of the splitscreen to ascertain their location or status.

e.g., Don't set up next to John; he's a screenjacker.

submitted by Oden

screensaver mode - having a glazed look in your eyes as you perform your daily tasks

e.g., Vito was in Screensaver mode after his heavy lunch.

submitted by Yu Ming Wei

screentan - Unhealthy skin color, characteristic of persons who spend all summer inside, in front of a computer monitor. Also see geek, nerd, millionaire.

e.g., Dood! Nice screentan! Howzabout we go out in the non-virtual world for a burger or something?

submitted by George Pateman - (www)

screepy - Scary and creepy. | A mix between creepy and scary.

e.g., That picture of Michael Jackson dangling his baby over the balcony is sort of screepy. Well, as far as that goes, *any* picture of Michael Jackson taken after 1988 or so is screepy. | Wow, that unicorn with massive fangs is screepy.

submitted by Tom | Laura

screw - To moan excessively at someone.

e.g., I broke her favorite vase by accident, and all night she kept screwin' at me.

submitted by noneilno

screw-ching - A word used to mean messed up, distorted, beat up, or otherwise changed negativly.

e.g., 1. Matt, give that back now or Joel's gonna screw-ching you. 2. "What a lie." "Nah, only screw-chinged the truth a bit."

submitted by Dethmonger

screwbble - A crossword game for crazy people.

e.g., I used to play Scrabble, but now that I'm insane, I'm into Screwbble.

submitted by Mitchel Yerzy - (www)

screwed and tattooed - To be thoroughly defeated, put down, and finished. Sometimes stated as, "screwed blue and tattooed".

e.g., He got screwed and tattooed so bad, he'll never compete for that job again.

submitted by Steve McDonald

screwed-up-pinky syndrome - Syndrome where the pinky finger protrudes from the hand at a 45 degree angle.

e.g., I'm glad I don't have screwed-up-pinky syndrome.

submitted by JA

screwgie - Being ripped off; may be used with another word to denote property.

e.g., He gave me the screwgie. I got the ride screwgie (I didn't get a ride).

submitted by Chris

screwish - Half Scot and half Jewish.

e.g., Did you check out that Screwish kid? He's got tha guilt and tha kilt.

submitted by Christopher E. J.

screwt - Square root.

e.g., The screwt of 12845056 is exactly 3584. The screwt of 5 is 2.236067977 4997, not exactly.

submitted by Janel

screwtinization - When they dig through the minutiae of your life in order to get you for something.

e.g., She was a great candidate for the Supreme Court until she was screwtinized.

submitted by trish Vidal

screwtinize - "To screwtinize" is to scrutinize with an intent to screw the one being scrutinized. See bork.

e.g., What did you expect? The Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee see it as their sacred duty to screwtinize anyone President Bush nominates. What does being fair and reasonable have to do with it when duty calls? | Sure, Roberts will be screwtinized. Why should he be any different? Just because he has impeccable credentials, an impeccable record, and an impeccable reputation? It's not fair play? Here's how fair comes into play. The Democrat peckerheads on the committee consider anyone President Bush nominates to be fair game for pecking. So, peck they will.

submitted by Miss Speller - (www)

scribble - A descriptive word for talking nonsense, rubbish, losing your way in the middle of a sentence or being unintelligible.

e.g., What are you on about? You're talking absolute scribble again.

submitted by Alison

scribblies - The small pieces of paper, lint, toenail clippings found on the floor.

e.g., Pick up all the scribblies before you vacuum.

submitted by Kathy

scriboholic - Someone who loves to write.

e.g., Kara is a scriboholic; she loves to write every chance she gets.

submitted by snowboardinghockeyplayer3 - (www)

scribomechanica - An object or collection of objects relating to the process of writing: pens, pencils, typewriters, paper, erasers, ink, computer, word processor, etc.

e.g., He set the new typewriter next to an antique fountain pen in his scribomechanica collection.

submitted by awelfle - (www)

scribshank - The brain of old shower systems, which allows them to differ the temperature of the water they pump out, without instruction.

e.g., I had the shower set on hot, but its damned scribshank decided it should be freezing.

submitted by Gav

scrid - The stuff that accumulates in the corner of your eye. Some people refer to it as "sleep."

e.g., You have scrid in your eye.

submitted by Kristin

scrilla - "money, cold hard cash"

e.g., clarence had to go to the bank to get scrilla

submitted by gwen

scrinch - To squeeze the eyes, purse the lips, and pinch the nose when upset about something.

e.g., He scrinched his face in response to being disturbed by his sister.

submitted by William Meisheid - (www)

scringe - The look on someone's face after eating alot of salt and vinegar chips in a short amount of time.

e.g., Did you see the scringe he pulled after that 500g bag of extra salty salt and vinegar chips?

submitted by Jarryd Nielsen - (www)

script archivist - Someone who collects handwriting for organizational, institutional, business, or personal use. Example: autographs or historical documents with writing on them.

e.g., Without the help of the Script archivist our museum would have never found that rare signature of Roger LeValley.

submitted by Roger LeValley III - (www)

script kiddie - Someone using a lame IRC script immaturely and annoying others with it.

e.g., Some Script Kiddie is trying to flood me with his pre-fabricated useless script.

submitted by LesVoix

scriptarchiver - Someone who collects handwriting for organizations institutions, or for personal use. Example: autographs or historical documents.

e.g., Without the help of the scriptarchiver, our museum would have never found that rare signature of Roger LeValley.

submitted by Roger LeValley III - (www)

scriptophile - Somebody who loves the art of writing.

e.g., I write more than your average scriptophile.

submitted by Paul F. Kisak - (www)

scrit, scrat, scrut - To vigorously and protractedly scratch oneself, or perhaps the dog, or possibly some other grateful recipient.

e.g., You'd think they might have fleas the way they scrit themselves. He once scrat a lot but since has broken himself of the habit.

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

scritch - the kind of finger-scratching one does under the chin of a cat. often done on the heads of people in fandom or furry communities.

e.g., Jay was scritching me for half an hour. By the time he was done I was melted into a little puddle on the floor.

submitted by Christa R Ansbergs - (www)

scritchy - The way a man's face feels when he hasn't shaved in over a day.

e.g., While Todd was on vacation, he let his face get scritchy.

submitted by Megan H.

scriv - A doctor's hurried writing, as on the bottom of a prescription.

e.g., Doctor, you forgot to put your scriv on this script.

submitted by Helen R.

scrivener's error - A recording error.

e.g., "A plat attached to the petition was used for the purpose of correcting the 'scrivener's error' and giving effect to the intention of the petition."

"A notice was considered valid when it described property as 'lot 5, lot 23, in Carpenter's addition' instead of 'lot 5, in Block 23, in Carpenter's addition' because the mistake was a typographical or a scrivener's error readily apparent on the face of a notice. . . .

"Whatever the reason for omitting the outdoor parking spaces from the Declaration, we cannot see how it was caused by a scrivener's error, as that term is used in section 27(b)(2). Somebody made a decision to do it. It was a deliberate judgment. There was nothing technical about it. Omission of the only two outdoor parking spaces in the Development cannot be considered a 'minor mistake or inadvertence.'"

submitted by HD Fowler

scrobdriveller - A type of screwdriver used to unhinge the jaw of someone talking nonsense.

e.g., Bob, Joss is on the front lawn again... fetch the scrobdriveller.

submitted by hedgewizard - (www)

scrod - Not the fish, but the past pluperfect of "screw." From the old joke. | Http://www.boston-online.com/wickedv3.html: "A small, ambiguous piece of fish that never knows if it's cod or haddock. Some people claim that 'scrod' is a young cod, while 'schrod' is a young haddock, but, in fact, there's no difference -- it's basically whatever's cheaper at the fish pier that day." | How young cod got created in the first place (biologically inaccurate).

e.g., "Where do I get scrod in Boston?" "Just about anywhere. After all, it's Boston." | The mother cod was full of roe; she'd been scrod. [I couldn't resist this!]

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

scroffly - Said of something that has the appearance of a teddy bear after it has been washed and hung on the line. Slightly unwell.

e.g., I feel a bit scroffly today.

submitted by Nick Cronin

scrofty - Shabby, dirty. Obviously substandard and unacceptable.

e.g., That is one scrofty lookin' couch, Potato.

submitted by Kimbo

scrofulous - Christopher Hitchens used it in two of his three most recent columns. I looked it up after seeing it in the first one and found that it didn't mean anything close to what I had always thought it meant: grubby; unclean and unkempt, especially the former; shabby when it comes to personal hygiene and appearance. I always thought it was a word to be applied, say, to a guy who had neither bathed nor shaved for several days. I was right only in that the word has a sense of ugliness.

With this entry, I now give scrofulous the meaning I've always thought it had.

e.g., What say you, anonymous? Do you think of me as being scrofulous?

submitted by HD Fowler

scrog - Midwestern slang for copulation.

e.g., I can't believe that disgusting troll is scrogging my sister.

submitted by Michael Buehler

scroggins - Short left-over french fries at the bottom of the bag or box. | Short facial hair, stubble.

e.g., He told me we would split the fries, but all he left me were the scroggins.

submitted by Craig Foser

scroll-lock - A left-handed, arrogant, and easily annoyed code monkey who refuses to scroll in any direction -- especially down. This leads to assumptions on her part when her co-workers attempt to communicate to her about the defects in her half-baked code.

e.g., The scroll-lock went off on me again when I sent her an e-mail of the error message that pops up on the bottom of my screen when I tried to use her lousy solution.

submitted by charles bozonier - (www)

scrollage - 1. The art or process of scrolling. 2. The amount or degree to which scrolling is required.

e.g., The website required a high degree of scrollage.

submitted by Natalie Kuester

scrollage - The amount of content on a web page or computer screen that must be looked at or sorted through by moving the location bar in the scroll bar so that all content can be seen.

e.g., Good webpages have a small amount of scrollage so the user can see all content immediately. Long documents usually have a lot of scrollage.

submitted by Tessa Howington - (www)

scrolly - A really long web page that goes on forever and requires a lot of scrolling to get down to the bottom and back up to the top.

e.g., I wanted to read the articles, but it was all scrolly and my eyes were tired.

submitted by charlene mcbride - (www)

scroobius - Something that is so shiny it is suspicious, such as a bomb covered in diamonds and platinum to disguise it.

e.g., No, don't let him in the locker room with that scroobius gym bag. I think he may be a spy from Scroobius High.

submitted by Josh Bennett

scrooby - Stuffed up, screwed up, shoddy.

e.g., "Look at the guy wearing the tight pleather pants . . . scrooby." "That's Chris."

submitted by Gabby

scrooby - To be unpleasent, snobby, or stuck-up.

e.g., I don't care for Chris because he's always acts scrooby towards me.

submitted by Vince

scrooching - The laying-back of the driver seat so far while driving that all that is visible from said position is the sky, tall buildings, distant landscapes, and things taller than your vehicle within two feet of it.

e.g., Scrooching, I think, is every bit as safe as texting, birthing a child, star-gazing, or computer programming while driving.

submitted by steve zihlavsky - (www)

scroogery - Ruining someone's good times during the holidays.

e.g., Chris tried to make me work over the holiday break, but I was having none of her scroogery.

submitted by Dave C

scroogle - Failure of a search engine to yield any useful material or information.

e.g., I'm trying to find a decent Indian restaurant in my area, but I keep getting scroogled. (Submitted as "im trying to find a decent indian resteraunt in my area but i keep getting scroogled.")

submitted by lizzy

scroop - The rustling sound made by movement of silk.

e.g., There were so many bustles under her ballgown, the floor length flowing gown emitted constant scroop as she danced.

submitted by Joel Parker - (www)

scrootler - Someone who's both mean (like Scrooge) and an overly-strict dictator (like Hitler).

e.g., Our new boss tells us to work longer hours with extra pay, or be fired -- he's some Scrootler.

submitted by Aidan Power

scrop - As in "screen hop." The successful act of paying to see one feature film, and upon completion, hopping to another screen in the same wing of the megaplex without additional purchase. You can make a day out of scropping.

e.g., Through careful planning, my son and I scropped 5 films yesterday.

submitted by Gwannal

scrounge - One who continually uses others for selfish material gain. | A person who sucks the farts out of theater seats. 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: beanard. {ED. This entry now shows up, of course, since it was added December 5, 2014.}

e.g., That scrounge is always asking me for a favor. | Little brother, why don't you and your scalawag scrounge pal Jim take a hike? Lynn Carol and I have things we want to talk about and we don't want you eavesdropping.

submitted by Micah D Throop | beelzebub - (www)

scrouse - Dialect used by Liverpudlians. Popularized in the mid-'60s by Beatles and other "Mersey Beat" bands from Liverpool.

e.g., You get a little scrouse with John Lennon's accent in the films Help and Hard Day's Night, but to hear the real deal, listen to Ringo Starr or Gerry from the Pacemakers.

submitted by Joel Parker

scrub - A common term among fighting game players. Scrubs are players who have no idea how to play the game but think they do | know how to play but lack any sort of skill | use cheap and annoying tactics or play styles constantly. Most scrubs think they are better than they are -- just like the rest of us.

e.g., "Today I went to the arcade and beat on a couple of scrubs." "Gee, I'll bet that was a lot of fun."

submitted by Zero-chan - (www)

scrub and pump interface - User interface which provides physical exercise for the user by simulating the muscle action necessary to use the Palo Alto point and click interface.

e.g., Microsoft's new scrub and pump interface boasts new features -- which are nowhere to be found.

submitted by Jim Hertzler

scrubbage - When a car wheel or tyre rubs on the car's bodywork. Generally because the car has been fitted with wheels that are too large or the car has been lowered too much.

e.g., Look at the mess the arch has made of that tyre. There has definitely been scrubbage there.

submitted by Toby Shoobridge

scrubtacular - Dressed very well, but lacking money.

e.g., Eric looks scrubtacular. He's pretty decked out for a man with no job or money.

submitted by Michelle

scrudy beizer - A person who excels in either uncleanliness, laziness, or some other form of repulsive behavior. Usually used when deriding unsavoriness in a light-hearted fashion.

e.g., 1. Your mother? Tell the scrudy beizer to get off the couch and put some clothes on. 2. He's a scrudy looking beizer.

submitted by adam

scruffmuffin - An extremely attractive guy with long hair and a beard

e.g., Mike's a real scruffmuffin. Studly.

submitted by Liz

scrum - Very good. Sporting.

e.g., You got me a present? How scrum of you.

submitted by Anna

scrumalilcious - Scrumptious and delicious.

e.g., Your lemon meringue pie was scrumalicious.

submitted by Judii Evans - (www)

scrumble - Combination of "scrum and tumble," a "scrumble" occurs frequently when 4- to 6-year-old children play league soccer games. The scrum occurs when the children gather around the ball and the tumble comes into play when a group of small children fall down.

e.g., I went to Kyle's soccer game. All the kids were packed in so tight around the ball that there were some serious scrumbles.

submitted by Jen

scrumbly - A web graphic that is not optimized. A web graphic that looks crackly and is not clear.

e.g., That picture is very scrumbly.

submitted by Chris Tolomei - (www)

scrummy - The contraction of "scrumptious" and "yummy."

e.g., 1. The dinner was scrummy. 2. Check out the scrummy babes at the Riviera Crazy Girls show.

submitted by ray 9

scrump - Generally used in a derogatory manner, it's a term for having sex--derived from "screw" and "hump."

e.g., All he cared about was getting her back to his place and scrumping her.

submitted by Melissa Leff - (www)

scrump - To eat something that is scrumptious--very tasty.

e.g., It's time for you to scrump your doughnut and go to school.

submitted by Xnarg

scrump - Cumbrian (Beatrix Potter/Lake District) dialect word meaning to enter someone's garden and take ripe apples from a tree.

e.g., In autumn Seth could often be found scrumping the Squire's apples.

submitted by David

scrump-dililly-lish - Extremely pleasant in taste.

e.g., These cream-pufs are scrump-dililly-lish.

submitted by Tad

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