Browsing page 74 of words meaning insults (list of) (1,255 words total)
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- peeping tom.
We can't park here, there are too many lurkers.
Last edited on Nov 26 1999. Submitted by Patrick B. from River Ridge, LA, USA
on Nov 26 1999.
- Someone who browses internet forums, but does not contribute to the discussion by adding their own posts or new threads.
Last edited on Sep 30 2010. Submitted by Anonymous
on Sep 30 2010.
- a person who is good at arousing sexual interest in another person. See also "mack".
Jeff is such a mack daddy.
Last edited on Jun 08 2014. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA
on Dec 29 1996.
- a generally "cool" or "hip" person.
Last edited on Jun 08 2014. Submitted by Performance P.
on Oct 02 2003.
- In Puerto Rican / Latino gang slang, a gang member who carries an Ingram "Mac" 10 - a small, 10 inch long firearm.
Don't get in his face, he be a Mac Daddy.
Last edited on Apr 12 2006. Submitted by Anonymous
on Apr 12 2006.
- A person who is pathologically expert at charming people into giving him what he wants, then drops them cold as soon as he gets it (at least until he wants something else from them). A gamer, manipulator, user, exploiter, con artist, etc., who temporarily uses personal charm to gain some type of advantage.
Last edited on Nov 09 2013. Submitted by Anonymous
on Nov 09 2013.
- good, in reference to talent.
He's got mad skills.
Last edited on May 02 2013. Submitted by Ben Brinckerhoff from IL, USA
on Nov 24 1997.
There were mad chicks at the party!
I love eating mad lollies.
Last edited on May 02 2013. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA
on Nov 08 1998.
- crazy; insane. Not slang.
He's gone mad!
Are you mad?
Last edited on Dec 11 2001. Submitted by Mitch F. from Cary, NC, USA
on Dec 11 2001.
- much; "a lot of".
We've got mad homework.
Citation from "The Inner Circle", The Office (TV), Season 7 Episode 23 (2011) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
Last edited on Jul 24 2011. Submitted by M. K. from New York, NY, USA
on Mar 04 2003.
He was going madcap.
Last edited on Jan 23 1998. Submitted by H. P. from Toronto, ON, Canada
on Jan 23 1998.
- crazy, when describing a work of fiction.
The new summer blockbuster is a madcap comedy.
Last edited on Jun 12 2004. Submitted by H. P. from Toronto, ON, Canada
on Jun 12 2004.