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C

clean

adjective

  • nice, excellent, worthy of envy; "cool"; "tight"; "awesome"; etc.
    Her new car is clean!

    Last edited on Feb 05 2011. Submitted by Ariel M. from Richardson, TX, USA on Nov 07 2001.

  • not currently doing drugs.
    I've been clean for three months.

    Last edited on Feb 05 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Aug 26 2009.

  • not currently drinking alcohol.
    I've been clean for three months.

    Last edited on Feb 05 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Aug 26 2009.

  • without profanity or sex.
    • See more words with the same meaning: pure.

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

  • without a criminal record.
    I ran him and he's clean.

    Last edited on Feb 05 2011. Submitted by M. Dollaz from Palatka, FL, USA on Apr 17 2010.

  • not responsible for a crime being investigated.
                                     

                                                                  

    Citation from "The New Guy", Warehouse 13 (TV), Season 3 Episode 1 (2011) censored in hope of resolving Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Oct 27 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Oct 27 2011.

  • not in possession of anything illegal.
                                                                                                                                             

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

    Citation from "Bill And Gary's Excellent Adventure", Alphas (TV), Season 1 Episode 6 (2011) censored in hope of resolving Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Feb 22 2013. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Feb 22 2013.

verb - transitive

  • in mountain biking, to ride a particular route without putting one's foot on the ground. Generally used in reference to a ride of some technical difficulty.
    Man, I can't believe I cleaned that climb.

    Last edited on Feb 05 2011. Submitted by James M. from Shrewsbury, Vermont, USA on Dec 07 2004.

  • of money, to launder.
    Who am I gonna get to clean my money?
    • See more words with the same meaning: money.

    Last edited on Nov 06 2021. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Nov 06 2021.

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J

j-cat

noun

  • loser, unsuccessful person.

    Last edited on Feb 22 2011. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 24 2003.

  • a person who exhibits symptoms of mental instability. Prison slang.
    He's weird, he's a j cat.

    Last edited on Apr 28 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 22 2011.

  • A fan of Union J.
    She likes Union J, she's a JCat.

    Last edited on May 03 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on May 03 2013.

  • n. Literally meaning 'J'-Category

    -->California prison slang

    A commonly used phrase in California prisons indicating a mentally unstable person, or someone whom is intentionally or unintentionally acting mentally unstable. Most commonly refers to a person who has been involuntarily admitted to mental health services, but also may be used as a derogatory adjective.

    Derived from inmate mental health codes found in Article 9 and inmate classification administrative determinants found in Article 10 of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation's Title 15, Rules and Regulations: ->"Article 9, section 3364.2 (j) The judicial hearing for an order authorizing the involuntary administration of psychiatric medication to an inmate shall be conducted by an ALJ"

    Note: the 2020 Title 15, Article 10, section 3375.2 (17) has been revised to remove the 'J' designation and replaced with a 'PSY' three-letter code.

    Alternate spellings:

    Jay-Cat

    jaycat

    Examples: "Hey man, you see that guy over there? Yeah just don't interact with him, he's a j-cat for sure."

    "Oh yeah, that guy Ronny just came back from Classification Committee and he's now a confirmed j-cat."

    "I was grocery shopping yesterday and some j-cat came up to me and just started incoherently blabbering."

    "Yo, Billy just acts like a j-cat so he can get free psych meds."

    Last edited on Nov 06 2021. Submitted by pankakke.exe from Redding, CA, USA on Nov 06 2021.

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S

Suit-ed n Boot-ed

expression

  • A phrase indicating your suit and boots have been put on and you're ready to go. To be prepared to do something that's been planned in advance. To be proactive and prepared for any obstacles.

    "Look at Will, he's all Suit-ed 'n Boot-ed for the dance tonight."

    "Hey Bob, you ready to leave soon? Yeah, Joe. I'm Suit-ed 'n Boot-ed."

    Last edited on Nov 06 2021. Submitted by pankakke.exe from Redding, CA, USA on Nov 06 2021.

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Z

Zoot Suit

noun

  • Cab Calloway, who, in his Hepster's Dictionary, called the zoot suit "the ultimate in clothes. The only totally and truly American civilian suit."

    Style-conscious Harlem dancers began wearing loose-fitting clothes that accentuated their movements. Men donned baggy trousers with cuffs carefully tapered to prevent tripping; long jackets with heavily padded shoulders and wide lapels; long, glittering watch chains and hats ranging from porkpies and fedoras to broad-brimmed sombreros.

    During the 1930s, dance halls were popular venues for socializing, swing dancing and easing the economic stress of the Great Depression. Nowhere was this more true than in the uptown Manhattan neighborhood of Harlem, home of the famed Harlem Renaissance.

    The image of these so-called "zoot suits" spread quickly and was popularized by performers.
    I'm going to go dance tomorrow in Harlem, but I need to go shop for a new zoot suit.

    Last edited on Nov 06 2021. Submitted by pankakke.exe from Redding, CA, USA on Nov 06 2021.

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