Comments by lkiser

  • I saw this word in Toronto on a window in a design furniture shopon West Queen West, stating that "everything was perfectly jeueged" or similar. Inside they said it was a word to describe making adjustments for increased design appeal and that it was a real word. I looked it up when I got home and found only this website referencehttp://jeugeit.blogspot.ca/:"Urban Dictionary defines Jeuje as: to increase someones style, and to improve upon someones image, simultaneously creating a greater sense of empowerment. How does "Jeuge" fit in with my work? As a photographer, I want my style to define me as fashionable, stylish, fabulous, beautiful, amazing, inspiring & sensational!
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    June 13, 2014

  • shivoo (ʃɪˈvuː)

    Definitions from Collins dictionary
    noun

    (Australian, dialect)
    a party or social gathering
    a rowdy event or disturbance

    March 20, 2014

  • : a state of feeling that accompanies preoccupation with trivial and insipid diversions
    (from M-W Unabridged)

    March 21, 2013

  • the worthless word for the day is: omnishambles

    omni-, all + shambles
    Brit. a situation that has been comprehensively
    mismanaged, characterized by a string of blunders
    and miscalculations; a complete screw-up in all areas

    "'Omnishambles' is the word they are using in Downing
    Street these days to describe the series of self-
    inflicted political disasters that have engulfed the
    prime minister, David Cameron, and his coalition
    government."
    - Independent, Dec. 07 2012

    "Today Oxford University Press announces omnishambles
    as Oxford Dictionaries UK Word of the Year 2012.
    Originally used in the British political comedy
    television series The Thick of It, omnishambles has
    gained momentum throughout 2012 as a word used to
    describe a comprehensively mismanaged situation,
    characterized by a shambolic string of blunders."
    - OxfordWords blog, 13 Nov. 2012

    December 18, 2012

  • New Year's gifts

    January 3, 2012

  • Suggestions for your wonderful list: ipulipul, pilpulist, xysti

    January 3, 2012

  • Also a great first name

    January 2, 2012

  • I have a similarly-themed list you might like to look at: "perfectly good words". (We both put "acedia" in our lists.)

    March 14, 2010

  • it means grey and dismal

    March 14, 2010

  • it means: fine,slushy ice (M-W Unabridged)

    March 13, 2010

  • this is misspelled; or is this some joke I'm not getting?

    February 28, 2010