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ZoomiformThe clothes you wear to suit a zoom meeting: Smart on top, casual waist down. A blend of the words 'zoom' and 'uniform'.added
2 days ago
reflection1 ) the return of light or sound waves from a surface. 2) an image you see when looking into a mirror. 3) a behaviour or act the reveals someone's true nature is said to be a reflection of who they are. 4) careful thought and consideration, to think or ponder in a meaningful way, meditation. 5) an opinion formed or a remark made after careful consideration.added
15 days ago
analyse, analyzeTo examine in detail, to weigh up, to consider, to think through, to look at carefully.added
15 days ago
we'veWe've is a contraction of the words 'we' and 'have'.added
15 days ago
candidate1) a person who applies for a job or is nominated for election. 2) a person or thing regarded as suitable for or likely to receive a particular fate, treatment, or position.added
15 days ago
versageVersage is a high class premium energy drink, for those who wanna feel like they're in high society.. Not to be mistaken with Versace the famous fashion brandadded
21 days ago
utopia1) A book named 'Utopia' written by Sir Thomas More. 2) A utopia (/juːˈtoʊpiə/ yoo-TOH-pee-ə) is an imaginary community or society that possesses highly desirable or nearly perfect qualities for its citizens. The term was coined by Sir Thomas More for his 1516 book Utopia, describing a fictional island society in the south Atlantic Ocean off the coast of South America. The opposite of a utopia is a dystopia, which dominates the fictional literature from the 1950s onwards, chiefly because of the impact of George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949). However, the term can also denote actual experiments in what participants regard as a vastly superior manner of living, generally in what are termed intentional communities. In common parlance it is synonymous with "impossible", "far-fetched", and "deluded". Literary utopias focus on, amongst other things, equality, in such categories as economics, government and justice, with the method and structure of proposed implementation varying based on ideology.[2] Lyman Tower Sargent argues that the nature of a utopia is inherently contradictory because societies are not homogeneous and have desires which conflict and therefore cannot simultaneously be satisfied. According to Sargent:added
21 days ago
lowdeAlternative spelling to middle English word 'loude' meaning noise, sound, tumult, disturbance, dissension.added
21 days ago
tunchieTunchie is a single meaningless word used for comment spam on forums and message boards. It's also a song by Lil Zambo released in 2020added
21 days ago
squard"Maelstrom Spider" Squard is a Japenese Manga character. He is an infamous New World pirate and the captain of the Maelstrom Spider Pirates. Squard and his crew allied with Whitebeard.added
21 days ago
okO.K., OK, okay, okey, okay means fine, alright, satisfactory.added
21 days ago
comprehendablecomprehendable is a word used mistakenly more and more in place of comprehensible, which means capable of being comprehended or understood; intelligibleadded
21 days ago
flabberFlabber was a weblog in the Netherlands with tens of thousands of visitors a day.added
21 days ago
Religious segregationReligious segregation is the idea that people should be separated based on their religion. Certain laws of a country may only apply to one religious group. As an example, Sharia only applies to Muslims. The term religious apartheid has also been used.added
22 days ago
EkphrasisIn ancient. Greece, the term ekphrasis was applied to the skill of describing a thing with vivid detail.added
24 days ago
Ekphrastic poetryEkphrastic poetry has come to be defined as poems written about works of art; however, in ancient. Greece, the term ekphrasis was applied to the skill of describing a thing with vivid detail.added
24 days ago
bribesvilleThe English translation of Tangentopoli - Italian. Meaning political corruption.added
25 days ago
tailonTo call somebody by their deadname. 2. To out somebody's deadname to the public.added
25 days ago
comentA commonly misspelled version of the word Comment.added
28 days ago
comentIn the Latin language Coment is a third-person plural future active indicative of cōmō.added
28 days ago
magesticMultiplexed Accurate Genome Editing with Short, Trackable, Integrated Cellular barcodes (MAGESTIC) is a platform that builds on the CRISPR/Cas technique. It further improves CRISPR/Cas by making the gene-editing process more precise. It also increases cell survival during the editing process up to sevenfold.added
28 days ago
skyedSurrounded by sky - Kicking the ball right above the goal 'skyed it' Being high on crack-cocaine. To get out of somewhere really fast and unexpectedly.added
1 month ago
Blanco bounceFirst unveiled by Blanco in the 1998 World Cup, the player scoops the ball up with both feet, jumps high and clears the ball from the two South Korean opposition players standing in front of him.added
1 month ago
RabonaWhen a soccer player passes or more typically shoots when crossing one foot behind the other and striking the ball.added
1 month ago
PanenkaThe soccer penalty tactic whereby the penalty-taker moves as if about to shoot into the corner of the net, but instead chips the ball right into the middle of the net, and either scores, or looks quite silly, as the goalkeeper simply stands and catches the soft shot right at him.added
1 month ago

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