Definition of Snowmageddon
- the blizzard that struck the US east coast in early 2010.
Citation from "US east coast still paralysed by 'Snowmageddon'", Irish Times, Lara Marlowe, February 11 2010 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
Citation from "Washington, D.C., is clobbered with snow again", Los Angeles Times, Bob Drogin, February 10 2010 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
- any blizzard or period of excessive snow buildup.
|+||Add a definition for this slang term|
Slang terms with the same meaning
Slang terms with the same root words
None. How about some random words?
|Definitions include: a "polite" replacement for the word "fucking." This word is more acceptable in public, but everyone knows what it means, so it should still not be used in polite company. Also fricking.|
|Definitions include: Used in reference to something which is worthy of "Checking Out" and in substitution of "Awesome, cool, wicked, etc."|
|Definitions include: metaphorically, a hat made of tinfoil that people who subscribe to conspiracy theories wear, to prevent electromagnetic signals from being beamed into their brain.|
|Definitions include: fucking ridiculous.|
|Definitions include: 1. Oh well 2. It doesn't matter 3. I don't care.|
|Definitions include: the seat behind the passenger seat in a vehicle.|
|Definitions include: "does anyone else..." or "does anybody else..."|
|Definitions include: used by historians and sociological writers meaning the Irish and Scottish men, women and children turned into slaves (indenture servants) as consequences of the British civil war of the 17th century, sent by Oliver Cromwell to the Caribbean Islands, mainly Barbados, to work in the sugar cane plantations.|
|Definitions include: Garments, clothing .|
|Definitions include: appealing.|
|I use it||(5)|
|No longer use it||(0)|
|Heard it but never used it||(3)|
|Have never heard it||(7)|
Average of 8 votes: 17% (See the most vulgar words.)
Your vote: None (To vote, click the pepper. Vote how vulgar the word is – not how mean it is.)
To link to this term in a web page or blog, insert the following.
To link to this term in a wiki such as Wikipedia, insert the following.
Some wikis use a different format for links, so be sure to check the documentation.