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aggro

adjective

  • wild almost to the point of losing control, but effective.
    When you got up on the table and started lecturing us, that was pretty aggro!

    Last edited on Nov 10 1997. Submitted by Kevin Watson from Southern, Kawartha Lakes, ON, Canada on Nov 10 1997.

  • aggravated; angry.
    Everything was cool then he just went aggro.
                                                 

                               

                                                                                                                                       

    Citation from "Might Have Been", Rookie Blue (TV), Season 2 Episode 2 (2011) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Jul 24 2011. Submitted by Weal Acodificare from USA on Mar 21 1999.

  • "aggressive", from the US West Coast surfing / skateboarding culture.
    Alva and Peralta's aggro style changed skateboarding forever.

    Last edited on Aug 21 2002. Submitted by Michael M. on Aug 21 2002.

noun - uncountable

  • aggravation. Also abbreviated ag, but pronounced in its full form in south-east England and other areas. To "look for aggro" is to look for a fight.
    He's been getting a bit of aggro from his boss.

    Last edited on Jul 24 2010. Submitted by Mark Ostrowski from Mongolia on Jun 05 1997.

  • In computer MMORPGs (massively-multiplayer online role playing games,) "anger" that the in-game characters have towards your player. Usually received when you attack them.
    If you get aggro, the goblin is going to take 50 of your hit points.

    Last edited on Jul 24 2010. Submitted by Sam on Jun 25 2008.

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East Jabip

noun

  • a fictitious, inconveniently located, rural town where citizens are undereducated and underemployed. Often used in place of the actual name of an undesirable destination.
    We just came from some shitty bar in East Jabip.

    Last edited on May 13 2011. Submitted by Fred E. from New York, NY, USA on Aug 21 2002.

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flog the log

verb

  • to masturbate.
    You going to go flog the log now?

    Last edited on Jun 06 2013. Submitted by Grech H. from USA on Aug 21 2002.

  • to masturbate

    Last edited on Sep 02 2003. Submitted by Jonny C. from Slough, UK on Sep 02 2003.

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please believe it

  • to know for sure.
    Do you like my ride? (Please believe it!

    Last edited on Aug 21 2002. Submitted by Key Key G. from Dallas, TX, USA on Aug 21 2002.

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stove up

  • stiff, sore. possibly Middle South origin.
    I am all stove up in my joints.
    He was right stove up.
    He's right stove up.

    Last edited on Apr 27 2013. Submitted by Edward I. from Shreveport, LA, USA on Aug 21 2002.

  • Smashed, broke, destroyed or otherwise damaged something. This usually is used to indicate extreme damage. Origin: Downeast Maine.
    She stove up the truck when she skidded into the trees.

    Last edited on May 19 2011. Submitted by Lee O. from Brewer, ME 04412, USA on Oct 28 2002.

  • of a person, injured. Origin: Downeast Maine.
    He fell skiing and got so stove up they had to take him down in the toboggan.

    Last edited on Mar 21 2011. Submitted by Lee O. from Brewer, ME 04412, USA on Oct 28 2002.

  • Cattlemen and buckaroos say "stove up," meaning an occupational hazard of working with horses. Horses buck, kick, bite and do stupid things which cause chronic injuries, rendering people working with horses stove up.
    For a man to be stove up at thirty may sound strange to some people, but many a cowboy has been so bunged up that he has to quit riding that early in life. -- James Emmit McCauley.

    Last edited on Jun 17 2004. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 17 2004.

  • Primarily used in the Southwest as a past tense to describe the results of physical abuse, for example, having been kicked by a horse or mule, struck by a car, or beaten by a human. It would not be used to describe morning stiffness due to arthritis.

    Last edited on Jul 20 2009. Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 20 2009.

adjective

  • condition in which the body feels very sore, stiff, and unmovable.
    After an evening on the town with Flynn Ryder, she was all stove up.

    Last edited on Apr 08 2013. Submitted by k r. on Jul 02 2004.

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TS

interjection

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