Browsing page 14 of words meaning insults (list of) (1,195 words total)
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- Derives from bourgeoisie (middle class/capitalists) and usually is used to insult something or someone that seems too rich, white, and/or upper class.
That's so boojee!
Last edited on Sep 08 1998. Submitted by Emily M. from UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, USA
on Sep 08 1998.
noun - plural
- a place that is far from the current location.
Last edited on May 06 2011. Submitted by Leonard R. from Saint Petersburg, FL, USA
on May 20 2004.
- a place far from other people or from excitement; "the middle of nowhere".
My friend Josh lives in the boondocks.
I'm not driving there - it's in the middle of the boondocks.
Last edited on May 06 2011. Submitted by Mark K.
on Sep 30 2004.
noun - plural
- any place away from excitement.
She lives way out in the boonies.
Last edited on Nov 22 2010. Submitted by Mallory from AK, USA
on Apr 26 1999.
- a rural location; "in the middle of nowhere".
It's boring living out in the boonies.
Last edited on Nov 22 2010. Submitted by LiLMizPimpette from South Carolina, USA
on Jan 11 2002.
- someone of legal alcohol purchasing age (or with falsified identification) who buys it and sells it to underage people. Short for "boot-legger."
I know a boot that can get this party moving.
Last edited on Mar 10 1999. Submitted by Iris from Alberta, Canada
on Mar 10 1999.
- someone new to the armed forces, i.e. someone in boot camp or who has recently left boot camp.
Hey, boot - drop and give me 20.
Last edited on Nov 25 2001. Submitted by Jeffrey F. from Fairbanks, AK, USA
on Nov 25 2001.
- boot camp.
Last edited on Dec 20 2010. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA
on Dec 20 2010.
verb - intransitive
- to vomit
I booted last night.
- See more words with the same meaning: to vomit.
Last edited on Aug 02 2010. Submitted by John Hannan from Potsdam, NY, USA
on Oct 23 1997.
- to leave.
I need to boot.
Last edited on Aug 02 2010. Submitted by Tom from Great Falls, MT, USA
on Dec 16 1997.
verb - transitive
- to kick someone off of an electronic interaction medium for breaking rules, being disruptive, or generally ruining people's time. Examples include IRC and online gaming.
That guy keeps spamming. Can a moderator please boot him?
Last edited on Aug 02 2010. Submitted by Calli from Santa Barbara, CA, USA
on Oct 23 1999.
- to expel.
He got booted from the club.
Last edited on Sep 02 2009. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA
on Sep 02 2009.