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Browsing page 1 of new words for December 17, 2001

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chipper

noun

  • A pipe. To feed a chipper = to pack the pipe.
    Feed the chipper, we need to get high!

    Last edited on Apr 13 2013. Submitted by Anonymous from Santa Rosa, CA, USA on Dec 17 2001.

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cook

  • v. to flatulate. 2. n the act of flatulence.
    Yo man did you cook.
    Yo Tex, you smell what I'm cooking?

    Last edited on Dec 17 2001. Submitted by Thomas S. from Henrietta, NY, USA on Dec 17 2001.

verb

  • to insult or humiliate. Similar to diss, roast, burn.
    He cooked those guys because he heard they were talking behind his back.

    Last edited on Aug 15 2012. Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 15 2012.

verb - intransitive

verb - transitive

  • to tamper with, especially with accounting information ("books.")
    The accountant cooked the books.

    Last edited on Mar 21 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Sep 02 2009.

  • to prepare drugs by heating.
    I have a friend who cooks meth.

    Last edited on Aug 19 2012. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Sep 02 2009.

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diesel

adjective

  • muscular.
    Dan's brother is diesel since he started lifting weights.
    Eric Miranda is diesel.
    • See more words with the same meaning: muscular.

    Last edited on Apr 20 2013. Submitted by Anonymous from Plainview, NY, USA on Nov 24 1997.

  • excellent; "cool".

    Last edited on May 26 2013. Submitted by Samuel K. on Sep 18 2005.

  • strong, displaying physical power.
    That tackle was diesel as hell!
    • See more words with the same meaning: strong.

    Last edited on Oct 30 2006. Submitted by Tyler V. from Red Bank, NJ, USA on Oct 30 2006.

noun

  • a stronger variety of some substance or object. For example, an original Budweiser in lieu of a Bud Light.
    Could you get me a Diesel?

    Last edited on Dec 17 2001. Submitted by Emily from Normal, IL, USA on Dec 17 2001.

noun - uncountable

  • heroin.
    • See more words with the same meaning: opiates.

    Last edited on May 26 2013. Submitted by Shay on May 25 2013.

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dig out

verb - transitive

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dug out

adjective

  • a derogatory term dealing with a promiscuous female.
    The whole football team has had sex with her. She is really dug out.

    Last edited on Jul 17 2011. Submitted by Charles G. from Trinity University, USA on Dec 17 2001.

noun

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gang, the

  • an exorbitant amount of something.
    Jon has the gang of cd's.

    Last edited on Dec 17 2001. Submitted by Charles G. from Trinity University, USA on Dec 17 2001.

noun - uncountable

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I'm bigger than all that

  • This phrase simply means that the situation that you are in is purely trivial and that you can overcome the obstacle that is before you.

    Last edited on Dec 17 2001. Submitted by IST from IL, USA on Dec 17 2001.

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(one's) turn in the barrel

noun

  • a dirty or unpleasant task that one must do since it is part of one's share of the work, and that others have taken their turn doing before them. In the military, it is sometimes referred to doing KP, but in times of combat, might have been used to mean taking on a very dangerous chore such as walking point on recon.

    There is a vulgar joke associated with the phrase about soldiers putting their penises through a hole in a barrel to receive oral sex. When a new recruit asked who was in the barrel, he was ordered to shut up. Several days later he was told it was his "turn in the barrel." I'm not sure if the vulgar joke is the source of the phrase. In spite of its crude references I have heard Generals and Admirals on CNN use the term to describe taking their turn at an unpleasant task.
    I did that last week. Now it's your turn in the barrel.

    Last edited on Oct 26 2011. Submitted by Dan H. from Birmingham, AL, USA on Dec 17 2001.

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Pete Best, the

noun - uncountable

  • Pete Best was the Beatles drummer in the years just prior to their breakthrough in the record industry. He was abruptly fired on the eve of their first Parlophone recording session. Ringo Starr was hired in his place. Every musician lives in fear of "getting the Pete Best" to this day.
    Yeh, they gave him the Pete Best!

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by garrod k. from Phoenix, AZ, USA on Dec 17 2001.

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smash-mouth

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