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Browsing page 23 of words meaning good, okay, cool, awesome, fun (405 words total)

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leet

adjective

  • very good, excellent; "cool". From "elite". Also written l33t.
    That website is leet.

    Last edited on Mar 13 2010. Submitted by Julia K. from Holland, MI, USA on Jan 05 2002.

  • impressive.
    The move that you pulled off was leet.
    You've got some leet skills.

    Last edited on Mar 13 2010. Submitted by John V. from Belleville, IL, USA on Feb 12 2003.

noun

  • able to understand and communicate using leet speech.
    Are you leet?

    Last edited on Aug 09 2004. Submitted by Japer G. from Apple Valley, CA, USA on Aug 09 2004.

  • a variant of written language that replaces letters with similar looking numbers or symbols, or similar sounding letter combinations. The original purpose was allegedly to bypass filters and to send "secret" messages.

    Examples:
    Leet -> l337

    fear me -> ph3ar m3
    Example sentence:
    Do you speak leet?
    It's so annoying when people type in leet.

    Last edited on Mar 15 2010. Submitted by Japer G. from Apple Valley, CA, USA on Aug 09 2004.

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legendary

adjective

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legit

  • great; excellent; "cool"; "awesome".
    Oh my gawd, that new CD is legit!
    I think he is a legit kisser!

    Last edited on May 12 2013. Submitted by Debbie C. from Chicago, IL, USA on Jan 14 1999.

  • really, truthfully, honestly.
    I legit didn't know.
    That guy's legit retarded.
    I legit don't want to go.
    I legit think you are a mean, two-faced person.

    Last edited on May 12 2013. Submitted by Joe B. from Columbus, OH, USA on Dec 30 2005.

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lick, the

noun

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like the goose

adjective

  • of good quality. Also used to describe something that one is proud of. Origin: term is an allusion to the fable "The Goose That Laid the Golden Eggs," attributed to Aesop. The goose is very valuable.
    This paper is like the goose.

    Last edited on Mar 08 1998. Submitted by Shaun Butler from West Hartford, CT, USA on Mar 08 1998.

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like whoa

adverb

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lime

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lit

adjective

  • under the influence of marijuana; "high".
    We got lit last night.

    Last edited on Mar 15 2010. Submitted by peter from MA, USA on Jun 11 1999.

  • under the influence of alcohol; "drunk".
    Let's get lit.

    Last edited on Mar 15 2010. Submitted by J-Ro on Dec 12 2001.

  • under the influence of drugs.
                               

                                                                                  

    Citation from "Smoked", Lie To Me (TV, 2010), Season 3 Episode 8 censored in hope of resolving Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Nov 30 2010. Submitted by J-Ro on Dec 12 2001.

  • attractive; "hot".
    That chick is lit!

    Last edited on Mar 15 2010. Submitted by J-Ro on Dec 12 2001.

  • under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

    Last edited on Dec 12 2001. Submitted by J-Ro on Dec 12 2001.

  • under the influence of alcohol or marijuana.
    We got lit last night.

    Last edited on Mar 24 2010. Submitted by Joshua S. from Newport, KY 41071, USA on Jan 31 2003.

  • Stupid, lame
    That movie was lit. That test was lit.

    Last edited on Sep 10 2003. Submitted by Michael D. from Willits, CA, USA on Sep 10 2003.

  • cool, good, fun.
    that was lit

    Last edited on Nov 20 2017. Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 13 2016.

  • This word, 'lit', is one which I have not heard commonly used in decades. But I remember it being commonly used in the 60's,often by my parents and their crowd. They certainly did not qualify as hippies. So, they only used it in reference to alcohol.

    The odd little thing I remember was that there seemed to be a hierarchy in their slang for intoxication.

    !."a little tight'-the stage where one is relaxed,sometimes witty, delightful company in general

    2.'lit'- getting 'lit' meant the person had had 6 or 2 too many and had entered the 'too obnoxious to exist' phase, the guy with the lampshade on his head. He's the 'litwit', to be assiduously avoided.

    And #3, '3 sheets to the wind'. This individual has precariously overindulged.Virtually harmless.His 'saucy' ship is sailing to 'Oblivion Island', also known as the couch in the corner.

    Last edited on Aug 19 2016. Submitted by zuzu on Aug 19 2016.

  • Originally "lit-up", a shortened play of words on the idea that a wasted person is bright like a lightbulb as he stands out because of how wasted he/she is. They cant hide how wasted they are. "they are lit-up".

    As happens a lot, the long version was dropped and became just "lit". Crazy, became "cray-cray", "cray-cray" became "cray". "Jealousy" became "jelly"."Lit-up" is now just "lit".

    Last edited on Mar 16 2017. Submitted by Anonymous on Mar 16 2017.

verb

  • to turn on the flashing lights of a police car.
    I got lit by the man yesterday.
    The police officer lit up the Ford Mustang.

    Last edited on Mar 24 2010. Submitted by Santiago from Long Beach, CA, USA on Feb 12 2002.

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  • Also lit like a Christmas tree and lit up like a Christmas tree.

    Last edited on Mar 24 2010. Submitted by Rebecca from Arizona, USA on Sep 25 2002.

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