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Einflussbereich
A class world of similar people who has been blessed by the spirit of Adolf
added by anonymous
1 day ago
-INDA
Inda is from the Basque country of Spain, and means Pathway.
added by anonymous
1 day ago
dichotomic
Two polar opposite ends of a spectrum on a specific topic, often used by writers and artists to create juxtapose and duality.
added by anonymous
3 days ago
Lehrbegriffs
Maybe "teaching concept" Lehrbegriff (with Lehrbegriffs being the dative case)
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3 days ago
plused
Past tense of plus
added by anonymous
5 days ago
kuroki
Official Arabic document including a plan defining the legal curtilege of premises. Used in Oman etc. as part of the conveyancing process in transfer if ownership.
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5 days ago
dotted eye
A black eye.
added by anonymous
6 days ago
defari
of or from the king. The Kingly one.
added by anonymous
6 days ago
cired
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION held every two years in Europe.
added by anonymous
7 days ago
ontological shock
Disruption of the homeostatic (homeostasis) equilibrium.
added by anonymous
8 days ago
Chinertown
Chinertown is actually the name of a popular biking forum/online community focusing on carbon fiber mountain, road, and electric bikes and their components.
added by anonymous
8 days ago
sech
A fast rise or fall in water levels in the Great lakes of Huron, michigan and Georgian Bay
added by anonymous
8 days ago
mot
To perform enthusiastic cunnilingus.
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8 days ago
Ackie
not sure of exact spelling , but ackie means Ifeel dirty or mucky and Icould do with a wash or bath.
added by anonymous
9 days ago
lulliby
Lulliby; to spontaneously lull or captivate person or audience
added by anonymous
13 days ago
quyte
Colorado Photography Company
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13 days ago
knightless
No Knight
added by anonymous
16 days ago
amogus
amogus (a-moe-gis) a rare disease in which the individual infected by it loses brain cells, being terminally ill with the loss of abaility to speak, only being able to say "sus", or "You're a sussy baka". The disease also makes the human brain believe everything that is a rectangle with a horizontal oval is "Sus". This infection mainly affects brain related actions and is a chronic disease. There is no other cure for Amogus other than to be Euthanized. There is a Amogus-B Variant which does less damage but kills the host in 2-4 days after being infected due to "Sussy Impostor"
added by anonymous
16 days ago
Bunbah
Wagwan homie
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17 days ago
Brown Cow
Brown Cow was the name given to root beer floats in Ohio in the 1940s and 50s. I met the term in central Ohio in that time period, but I don't know how far outside of central Ohio the term is used.
added by anonymous
17 days ago
amogus
when you amogus, you are sus, which is to be sussy, which is very sus.
added by anonymous
18 days ago
ordo
Straight line
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18 days ago
brass monkey
Since the dawn of time its meant Penis.
added by anonymous
18 days ago
lugi
snot spit up
added by anonymous
19 days ago
cosmetic
High class ayurvedic skin care product brand
added by anonymous
19 days ago
weeses
Unity, togetherness, unified language, wee (us) ses (says)
added by anonymous
19 days ago
Be Jubie
Be Jubilant. Happy to live a fulfilled life
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19 days ago
Joads
Homeless people
added by anonymous
20 days ago
Fichtenmoped (umgangssprachlich)
chain saw (coll.)
added by anonymous
21 days ago
nicada
Righteously done!
added by anonymous
23 days ago
Jimat
An item that considered has a power to make luck
added by anonymous
23 days ago
flaug
where to buy cialis cheap
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25 days ago
lias
DWELLER OF THE WOOD OR CLEARING
added by anonymous
25 days ago
piperos
A PlayStation fanboy that keeps buying PlayStation product no matter how bad they are
added by anonymous
25 days ago
lagsak
Fag
added by anonymous
25 days ago
spraken
*Speaking my language.
added by anonymous
26 days ago
edifice complex
The phrase was used in the 1960s (perhaps earlier) in criticism of the mainstream American Christian congregations that were building bigger churches to accommodate and attract more members. I would like yo know who first used it this way.
added by anonymous
27 days ago

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a state of being carried away by overwhelming emotion
  • A. rapture
  • B. aspiration
  • C. value
  • D. perusal