from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- abbr. hypnotism; hypnotist
- abbr. hypotenuse
- v. To make melancholy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An abbreviation of hypochonaria; -- usually in plural.
- transitive v. To make melancholy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See hip.
- See hypo-.
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I can think of word starting like "hyp" and ending in "crite" to describe JM
| Reply | Permalink so it's come full circle. the progressive blogs are all over this like hyp on ocracy. lame lame lame
As for you second hyp, I am way too tired.loki13Quote
Doing so now build excitement, etc which is part of the hyp-machinehe has built.
I gibs u @@@@@ for teh hyp…hie…hpopth…comment u dint get to maek!
Because the existing word hypnagogic means “of, relating to, or occurring in the state of intermediate consciousness preceding sleep,” and hypnopompic means “of or relating to the partially conscious state that precedes complete awakening from sleep,” many people came up with hyp - coinages.
Jesus Christ, what's that stench of nauseating hyp...
"You" Elizabeth jumped up in outrage, poking her finger at him -are such a"Such a hyp" Suddenly she snapped her mouth shut, plopped back down on her chair, smiled brightly and turned back to Mrs. Butterfield.
Unless, of course, nobody is supposed to know that yet, and I'll have to erase this paragraph and hyp-mo-tize everyone into forgetting they ever read it.
He felt the rhythm of Tau-tau beating its incessant, hyp-nogogic rhythm upon his consciousness, but he refused to project his own power.