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downshift the dirtbike

  • To relax, hang out.
    Hey ladies, come by later! We'll downshift the dirtbike!

    Last edited on Jun 15 1998. Submitted by S. Campbell from Ontario, Canada on Jun 15 1998.

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snazzy

adjective

  • unique in a cool way.
    That's one snazzy shirt!
    In our snazzy silver shorts,maroon tops, we ran and sweated.

    Last edited on Apr 10 2013. Submitted by Ashley H. from Knoxville, TN, USA on May 29 1998.

  • of fashion, good.
    My goodness, that bikini really looks snazzy on you!

    Last edited on Oct 25 2011. Submitted by Katie T. from Fairfax Station, VA, USA on Jun 15 1998.

  • fashionable, stylish.
    That dress is snazzy.

    Last edited on Oct 25 2011. Submitted by JumpinJac from Dallas, TX, USA on Oct 20 2001.

  • interesting, cool, fancy.
                                                                                                              

    Citation from "Arthur, Interrupted", The Tick (TV), Season 1 Episode 1 (2002) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Oct 25 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Oct 25 2011.

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snoogy

  • a hooded sweatshirt.
    I wear my snoogy when it's starts getting cool.

    Last edited on May 18 2011. Submitted by John J. from Northampton, MA, USA on Jun 15 1998.

noun

  • Mucus running or blown from the nose. A lotta times I have to blow a snoogy when I ride the bike.

    Last edited on Apr 03 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 03 2015.

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spazzy

adjective

  • out of one's mind. See also spaz.
    When he learned I was cheating on him, he went totally spazzy.
    I am spazzy!

    Last edited on Apr 08 2013. Submitted by Katie T. from Fairfax Station, VA, USA on Jun 15 1998.

notes

  • Also note that "out of (one's) gourd" means "crazy."

    Last edited on Aug 08 2011. Submitted by Katie T. from Fairfax Station, VA, USA on Jun 15 1998.

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whatev'

  • Short and sassy for "whatever." Used to denote sarcasm and/or a lack of seriousness about something.
    He says it's really important. Whatev'.

    Last edited on Jun 15 1998. Submitted by Lingua F. from New York, NY, USA on Jun 15 1998.

  • Used for almost anything anymore. (1) "I don't care," (2) "Yeah right! (sarcasm)" (3) Tacked at the end of a listing of things, like etc.
    1) Speaker: Do you want to go uptown?

    Response: (shrugs shoulders) "Whatev."
    2) Huh? You want me to share this with you. Whatev!
    3) Bring chips, cookies, pop; whatev.

    Last edited on Feb 15 1999. Submitted by Leah A. from Ohio University, USA on Feb 15 1999.

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