The Online Slang Dictionary
(American, English, and Urban slang)
Like us on Facebook - Follow us on Twitter - Slang blog
Login     Register     Forgot password     Resend confirmation

Definition of schooner

Related words

Slang terms with the same meaning

None found.

Slang terms with the same root words

None. How about some random words?

Definitions include: overly fancy in a way intended to attract attention.
Definitions include: to masturbate
Definitions include: to come into close contact with someone, in an unplanned way.
Definitions include: Describing the sound made when sliding into a base, but in the context of the noise of a large individual doing so.
Definitions include: a full set of dentures.
Definitions include: Abercrombie zombie ; snobby person who likes to copy people ; also a person who wears nothing besides Abercrombie, due to a lack of creativity.
Definitions include: Leaving an AFL (Australian rules football) game before its conclusion in anticipation of impending loss.
Definitions include: From both the Spanish word chiquita and Chiquita Bananas, a particular brand name of bananas.
Definitions include: Perfect; no flaws at all.
Definitions include: "twat" + "fanny".

How common is this slang?

Don't click the following.
I use it(2)  
No longer use it(0)  
Heard it but never used it(2)  
Have never heard it(8)  

How vulgar is this slang?

Average of 8 votes: 42%  (See the most vulgar words.)


Least vulgar  
  Most vulgar

Your vote: None   (To vote, click the pepper. Vote how vulgar the word is – not how mean it is.)


Least vulgar  
  Most vulgar

Where is this slang used?

Logged-in users can add themselves to the map. Login, Register, Login instantly with Facebook.


Link to this slang definition

To link to this term in a web page or blog, insert the following.

<a href="http://onlineslangdictionary.com/meaning-definition-of/schooner">schooner</a>

To link to this term in a wiki such as Wikipedia, insert the following.

[http://onlineslangdictionary.com/meaning-definition-of/schooner schooner]

Some wikis use a different format for links, so be sure to check the documentation.