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steaze

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Steedious

adjective

  • To have the traits or qualities of a horse.

    "My dog is veryy stedious. He runs around all the time and jumps over high fences."

    Last edited on Nov 29 2016. Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 29 2016.

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steek

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steely-nerved

adjective

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steerage

  • hired help. Derogatory.
    Have the steerage take out the trash and wash my car.

    Last edited on Dec 16 2011. Submitted by Suzette S. from Studio City, CA, USA on Jan 04 2000.

  • It also can refer to anyone that is an ordinary, insignificant person. Common people who are trashy, who don't have any class, don't have any taste. Middle-class "breeders". ("Breeder" being a derogatory term for people that are family oriented, whose biggest goal is to have happy children and family barbecue get-togethers.)

    A person who is uncreative and unoriginal, and really does not have a significant impact on anything in this world, and they are just like anyone else out of a cookie-cutter mold, and they can not appreciate the finer things in life, because they honestly don't know the difference. Steerage cannot think for themselves, and they must look for guidance from someone of intelligence, they cannot make decisions, and they do not look to better themselves, and they are usually content with how they are and appreciate the simpler things in life. They do what they are told, and do not think about how to make their work easier or more efficient, they are merely puppets that move when they are tugged, pushed, or pulled. They should worship and admire the non-steerage, and make sure that they are completely catered to and that there every need or desire is met, after all, that is why steerage was put on this earth.
    I can't believe the amount of steerage at this Macy's, it has really gotten trashy in here, like a K-Mart.

    Last edited on Jan 04 2000. Submitted by Suzette S. from Studio City, CA, USA on Jan 04 2000.

origin

  • From "steerage passenger" - the people that stay on the cheapest part of a ship.

    Last edited on Dec 16 2011. Submitted by Suzette S. from Studio City, CA, USA on Jan 04 2000.

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steez

  • style or skills. sometimes as a characteristic (he has some freckle steez).
    Yo I got some computer steez goin' on here.
    He landed that skate trick with such steez.

    Last edited on Apr 17 2013. Submitted by leslie m. on Apr 13 1999.

  • Style; Originates from rap/hip-hop culture. Gangstarr(famed rap group) titled a song about that. Method man has been quoted saying it.
    You Know my steez.

    Last edited on May 31 1999. Submitted by Mike G. from Belfast, ME, USA on May 31 1999.

  • Stuff.
    Stop bitten on my steeze.

    Last edited on Jan 22 2003. Submitted by Charles from Brigham City, UT, USA on Jan 22 2003.

  • coolness, style.

    Last edited on Sep 18 2005. Submitted by Samuel K. on Sep 18 2005.

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steeze

  • "style" + "ease". Sports steeze is used to describe a very good looking trick.
    That switch cork nine tail grab was steezy.
    You were steezed out on that front board slide.

    Last edited on May 19 2011. Submitted by Tom H. from Pittsburgh, PA, USA on Nov 09 2008.

noun

  • style, demeanor.
                                                                         

    Citation from "Dilemma" by Kelly Rowland and Nelly blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Jun 09 2010. Submitted by Skip on May 14 2003.

  • a combination of style and ease. Used to describe well-executed tricks or clothing, especially in snowboarding.
    Check out that steeze.
    It ain't easy being steeze-y.

    Last edited on May 06 2013. Submitted by Kimberley on Oct 16 2007.

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stegnut

  • stingy.
    That's so stegnut.

    Last edited on May 19 2011. Submitted by Justone W. from Sydney, NSW, Australia on Feb 11 2003.

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stekkie

noun

  • South African Slang

    Pronounced - (Stair-Key)

    Slang Meaning: This word is offensive to females of South African origin. A "Stekkie" is better known for her "Ghetto" appeal.

    The alternate non-offensive word to use is "Cherry".

    Last edited on Jul 01 2011. Submitted by Dat East Side Ou from Durban, South Africa on Jul 01 2011.

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