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wall out

  • to go crazy.
    Pookie just started wallin' out in English class so they took him to the school office.

    Last edited on Jun 07 2013. Submitted by Lanisha T. from Baltimore, MD, USA on Apr 19 2002.

  • to go all out or lose control. Normally used when speaking of a party or wild occurrence.
    We got to the club and started wallin' out.

    Last edited on Jun 07 2013. Submitted by Nitzia on Feb 14 2006.

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wall time

noun

  • the "real world" time of day - i.e. the time of day displayed by the clock on the wall - rather than other measures of time, such as a computer's current uptime.

    Last edited on Nov 15 2011. Submitted by WalterGR (via TheJargonFile) on Aug 14 2009.

  • the amount of time taken for some task to be completed, as measured in normal human time. (This is different than some measures of time in computing.)

    Last edited on Nov 15 2011. Submitted by WalterGR (via TheJargonFile) on Aug 14 2009.

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wall wart

noun

  • an AC/DC adapter which plugs into an electrical outlet and powers and/or recharges an electronic device.
    I bought a wall wart to charge my tablet computer, but it turns out that the tablet already came with one.

    Last edited on Oct 13 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Oct 13 2011.

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wally

  • To be nerd, geek or loser.
    He's such a wally.

    Last edited on Jan 23 1998. Submitted by H. P. from Toronto, ON, Canada on Jan 23 1998.

  • dork.
    What a wally.

    Last edited on Jun 27 1998. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 27 1998.

  • A person who's company is found to be undesirable or uninspiring.
    Don't invite him, he's such a Wally.

    Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Xander J. from Cambridge, MA, USA on Jan 06 2000.

  • an idiot. British slang.

    Last edited on Jun 04 2010. Submitted by nick a. on Apr 06 2004.

  • originally pronounced as in valley in place of origin Glasgow, before being distorted by Londoners especially who believed the Scots were actually saying the male name 'Wally', it relates to a tenement stairway, a 'close', that was tiled 'a wally close' pronounced as in valley, and where the more well-off families lived, and who kept their children from playing with the 'roughs' with the consequence that lack of 'playing out' led to less well co-ordinated (less socially skilled as well, therefore) people, 'wallies' (as in valleys).

    Last edited on May 08 2011. Submitted by Zip Dee from Cardiff, UK on Jan 13 2011.

noun

  • a silly, goofy person.
    He's such a wally that he always buys his shoes the wrong size because he thinks it makes him more attractive to women.

    Last edited on May 31 2004. Submitted by Matthew R. from Blackpool, United Kingdom on May 31 2004.

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Walter

noun

  • a breast. Usually used in the plural. Rhyming slang: "Walter Mitty" - "titty".
    She has a lovely pair of Walters.

    Last edited on Jan 31 2016. Submitted by Anonymous from Burlington, ON, Canada on Jan 30 2016.

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WAM

  • acronym for "walking-around money". That is: pocket money, spending money.
    I need to ask Mom for some WAM.
    • See more words with the same meaning: money.

    Last edited on Jun 13 2013. Submitted by Kathleen H. from Arlington, TX, USA on Jan 22 2002.

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wambulance

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Wampum

  • ['wampam] n. money , from American Idian word.

    I don't have nuff wampum to swing the deal.

    Last edited on Jan 26 2012. Submitted by John Kitus from Boise, ID, USA on Jan 26 2012.

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wana

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