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Noun : (countable, uncountable, colloquial, vulgar) Solid excretory product evacuated from the bowels; feces.

Noun : (countable, colloquial, vulgar) The act of shitting.

Noun : (uncountable, vulgar, colloquial) Rubbish; worthless matter.


Noun : (informal, mildly vulgar) A piece of solid animal or human feces.

Noun : (informal, mildly vulgar, derogatory) A worthless person or thing.


Adjective : (informal) thin, generally in a negative sense (as opposed to slim, which is thin in a positive sense).

Adjective : (informal, of food or beverages) Having reduced fat or calories.

Adjective : Naked; nude (chiefly used in the phrase skinny dipping).


Noun : (informal) A silly or foolish person.


Noun : (derogatory) A foolish or silly person.


Adjective : Having a hardness and severity of nature or manner.

Adjective : Grim and forbidding in appearance.

Noun : (nautical) The rear part or after end of a ship or vessel.


Noun : (uncountable) Any viscous liquid or paste, such as a lubricant, used in preparing a surface.

Noun : (uncountable) An absorbent material used to hold a liquid.

Noun : (uncountable, aeronautics) Any varnish used to coat a part, such as an airplane wing or a hot-air balloon in order to waterproof, strengthen, etc.


Adjective : (idiomatic, slang, US) Of no value.


Noun : (obsolete) The husk of grain; chaff.

Noun : (slang, mildly vulgar, uncountable) Something worthless or of poor quality; junk.

Noun : (slang, mildly vulgar, uncountable) Nonsense; something untrue.


Noun : (chiefly US) Soil or earth.

Noun : A stain or spot (on clothes etc); any foreign substance that worsens appearance.

Noun : Previously unknown facts, or the invented "facts", about a person.


Noun : (anatomy) The caudal appendage of an animal that is attached to its posterior and near the anus.

Noun : An object or part of an object resembling a tail in shape, such as the thongs on a cat-o'-nine-tails.

Noun : The back, last, lower, or inferior part of anything.


Noun : (in general sense) Each of four equal parts into which something can be divided; a fourth part.

Noun : (now chiefly historical) A measure of capacity used chiefly for grain or coal, varying greatly in quantity by time and location.

Noun : A fourth part of a pound; approximately 113 grams.

after part

Noun : the rear part of a shi


Adjective : Very tired; in a state of exhaustion.

Adjective : Depleted of resources.

Adjective : (sciences, now historical) Emptied of contents, especially of air; that has been made into a vacuum.


Adjective : (informal) Very tired; exhausted.

Adjective : (Canada) Mentally unwell due to isolation, especially due to working in a remote mine or camp; experiencing cabin fever.

Adjective : Incorporating a bush, a mechanical part.


Adjective : (UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, slang) Tired or exhausted.

Adjective : (UK, Ireland, South Africa, colloquial) Broken, inoperative.


Adjective : (colloquial, US) Tired; fatigued.

Adjective : (slang) Intoxicated on drugs.


Adjective : (usually not comparable) No longer living. (Also used as a noun.)

Adjective : (usually not comparable) Devoid of life.

Adjective : (hyperbolic) Figuratively, not alive; lacking life.


Noun : A stroke; a blow.

Noun : A pulsation or throb.

Noun : (music) A pulse on the beat level, the metric level at which pulses are heard as the basic unit. Thus a beat is the basic time unit of a piece.


Adjective : (slang) drunk.


Verb : simple past tense of break

Adjective : (informal) Financially ruined, bankrupt.

Adjective : (informal) Without any money, penniless.


Verb : (colloquial, transitive, intransitive) To vomit; to throw up; to eject from the stomach.

Verb : (intransitive, finance, slang) To sell securities or investments at a loss, often under duress or pressure, in order to satisfy liquidity or margin requirements, or out of a desire to exit a deteriorating market.


Noun : A surname.


Noun : (slang, childish) excrement.


Verb : (intransitive) To excrete faeces from one's bowels.

Verb : (now rare) To purify, to clean of dregs etc.

Verb : (now rare, transitive) To purge; to pass (something) as excrement.



Verb : (intransitive) To regurgitate or eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth; puke.

Verb : (transitive) To regurgitate and discharge (something swallowed); to spew.

Verb : To eject from any hollow place; to belch forth; to emit.


Noun : Alternative form of poopy [(slang, childish) excrement.]


Noun : (US, colloquial) Vomit.


Noun : (euphemistic, often childish) Urine.

Noun : (euphemistic, often childish) An act of urination.

Noun : The name of the Latin-script letter P.


Noun : The act of one who pukes or vomits.


Noun : informal terms for urinatio


Adjective : (UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Canada, colloquial) Drunk.

Adjective : (US, Canada, mildly vulgar, colloquial) Annoyed, angry.


Verb : (urology) To pass urine from the body.


Adjective : (slang) Extremely fatigued.

Adjective : (slang) Deeply asleep.

Adjective : (slang) Drunk.


Noun : (colloquial, uncountable) vomit.

Noun : (colloquial, countable) A drug that induces vomiting.

Noun : (colloquial, countable) A worthless, despicable person.


Verb : (informal, impolite, intransitive) To emit digestive gases from the anus; to flatulate.

Verb : (colloquial, intransitive, usually as "fart around") To waste time with idle and inconsequential tasks; to go about one's activities in a lackadaisical manner; to be lazy or over-relaxed in one's manner or bearing.

Verb : (figuratively, transitive) To emit (fumes, gases, etc.).


Verb : (intransitive) To expel air as a reflex induced by an irritation in the nose.

Verb : (intransitive) To expel air as if the nose were irritated.

Verb : (transitive) To expel or displace (air, snot, etc) from the nose or mouth by the process above.


Noun : Alternative form of doody [(US, slang, childish) Excrement, poop.]


Adjective : (informal) Resembling vomit in colour, texture, etc.

Adjective : (informal) Inclined to vomit; sick.

Adjective : (informal) Vile; contemptible.


Noun : (chiefly Maryland, Delaware) Synonym of shatter (“a pine needle”).

Noun : Alternative form of chott [(geology) A dry salt lake, in the Saharan area of Africa, that stays dry in the summer but receives some water in the winter.]


Adjective : (of fabrics) having soft nap produced by brushin


Verb : (transitive, dated) To strike for admittance; to rap upon, as a door.

Verb : (transitive, colloquial) To criticize verbally; to denigrate; to undervalue.

Verb : (transitive, soccer) To kick a ball towards another player; to pass.


Verb : (transitive, intransitive) To trample heavily.

Verb : (transitive, slang) To severely beat someone physically or figuratively.

Verb : (transitive) To crush grapes with one's feet to make wine



Noun : (US, colloquial) Vomit.


Noun : a 1993 American comedy film directed by Tom Stern and Alex Winter, both of whom wrote the screenplay with Tim Burns.


Verb : (intransitive) To sniff or smell with the nose loudly and audibly.

Verb : (intransitive) To speak through the nose; to breathe through the nose when it is obstructed, so as to make a broken sound.


Adjective : (US, Southern, gay slang) Flawless.

Adjective : Intoxicated.


Verb : (intransitive) To rest in a state of reduced consciousness.

Verb : (intransitive, of a spinning top or yo-yo) To spin on its axis with no other perceptible motion.

Verb : (transitive) To cause (a spinning top or yo-yo) to spin on its axis with no other perceptible motion.


Noun : (US, slang, childish) Excrement, poop.

Noun : A surname.


Adjective : That has been chewed; masticated.


Verb : (transitive) To move an object over, maintaining contact, with the intention of removing some substance from the surface. (Compare rub.)

Verb : (transitive) To remove by rubbing; to rub off; to obliterate; usually followed by away, off, or out.

Verb : (obsolete) To cheat; to defraud; to trick; usually followed by out.


Noun : The regurgitated former contents of a stomach; vomitus.

Noun : The act of regurgitating.

Noun : (obsolete) That which causes vomiting; an emetic.


Noun : (diminutive) A chamber pot, particularly (children) the pot used when toilet-training children.

Noun : (diminutive) Any other device or place for urination or defecation: a toilet; a lavatory; a latrine; an outhouse.


Verb : (slang) To hit, especially on the head.

Verb : (US, dated) To chemically straighten tightly curled hair.

Verb : (colloquial, often with out) To fail or show signs of failing, cease operating, break down.


Verb : (transitive) To rub, scrub, clean or wipe with a mop, or as if with a mop.

Verb : (intransitive) To make a wry expression with the mouth.

Verb : (US, slang) To shoplift.


Adjective : (slang, smoking, of a pipe) Empty with nothing left to smoke but ash.


Noun : (vulgar, slang) The anus; often in reference to anal intercourse.

Noun : (in the term party pooper) One who poops out on an activity; one who dampens the mood by lack of participation or negative attitude.

Noun : (gambling) A selection in a slot machine game that ends the picking bonus.


Verb : (intransitive) To creep; to move slowly on hands and knees, or by dragging the body along the ground.

Verb : (intransitive) To move forward slowly, with frequent stops.

Verb : (intransitive) To act in a servile manner.


Noun : The act of one who vomits, or the matter that is vomited.


Adjective : (rare) Having or covered with shaggy hair.

Adjective : (obsolete) Unkempt; clothed in rags; ragged.

Adjective : (obsolete) Of garments and fabrics: having a rough or long nap.


Adjective : Having been made clean.


Verb : To make the sound of an object dropping into a body of liquid.

Verb : (transitive, intransitive) To land heavily or loosely.

Verb : (Britain) To defecate; derived from the "plop" sound made when excrement hits water in a toilet.


Verb : (intransitive) To walk with short steps, tilting the body from side to side.

Verb : (intransitive) To move slowly.


Noun : (colloquial, uncountable) vomit.

Noun : (colloquial, countable) A drug that induces vomiting.

Noun : (colloquial, countable) A worthless, despicable person.


Verb : (intransitive) To open the mouth widely and take a long, rather deep breath, often because one is tired or bored, and sometimes accompanied by pandiculation.

Verb : To say while yawning.

Verb : To present a wide opening; gape.


Adjective : Red in the face because of embarrassment, exertion, etc.


Verb : simple past tense of slosh


Verb : (intransitive) To make light metallic sounds, rather like a very small bell.

Verb : (transitive) To cause to tinkle.

Verb : (transitive) To indicate, signal, etc. by tinkling.


Verb : (intransitive) To emit a burp.

Verb : (transitive) To utter by burping

Verb : (transitive) To cause someone (such as a baby) to burp.


Noun : (uncountable, childish) Feces.

Noun : (countable, chiefly UK, childish) A piece of feces or an act of defecation.

Noun : (uncountable, slang) Cannabis resin.


Verb : (transitive, intransitive) To move with irregular, back and forward or side to side motions; To shake or jiggle.


Verb : (intransitive) To bite or chew loudly or heavily.

Verb : (computing, transitive, Perl) To remove the final character from (a text string) if it is a newline (or, less commonly, some other programmer-specified character).


Noun : (countable) An instance of saying "pooh".

Noun : Short for Winnie the Pooh. [An English children's book series and the spun-off Disney franchise, involving several anthropomorphic animals, named for the bear character.]

Noun : (uncountable, childish) Alternative form of poo: feces. [(uncountable, childish) Feces.]


Adjective : (especially in combination) That has been consumed by eating.


Adjective : Of food, that has been prepared by cooking.

Adjective : (computing, slang, of an MP3 audio file) Corrupted by conversion through a text format, requiring uncooking to be properly listenable.

Adjective : (of accounting records, intelligence) Partially or wholly fabricated, falsified.


Adjective : (often used in combination with an adjective) Having a certain type of bust (breasts; cleavage).

Adjective : (slang) Broke; having no money.

Adjective : (slang) Caught in the act of doing something one shouldn't do.


Adjective : (slang) Like poo; crappy, of low quality.

Adjective : (slang) An Exclamation used when exposed to a strong or unpleaseant smell.

Adjective : (slang) Filled or covered with excrement.

knocked up

Adjective : (slang, sometimes offensive) Pregnant, typically outside of marriage.

Adjective : (slang, archaic) Exhausted; worn out or used up.

fagged out

Adjective : (slang) Very tired, or exhausted by hard work or physical exercise.


Adjective : (slang) Made unusable; broken; buggered.


Adjective : (informal) Without poop (feces).

Adjective : (figuratively, childish, informal) frightened


Adjective : (slang) Very tired.

Adjective : (slang) Broken.

Adjective : (Britain, euphemistic) Damned, in the sense of "I'll be damned if...", expressing utter certainty.


Adjective : (archaic) Covered with or stained by excrement

Adjective : (archaic) Of or pertaining to excrement

Adjective : (by extension) disgusting; contemptible.


Adjective : Covered or splashed with, or full of, mud (“wet soil”).

Adjective : Of water or some other liquid: containing mud or (by extension) other sediment in suspension; cloudy, turbid.

Adjective : Of or relating to mud; also, having the characteristics of mud, especially in colour or taste.


Adjective : (colloquial, euphemistic) Annoyed; irritated; angry; fed up.

Adjective : Alternative spelling of PO'd [(colloquial, euphemistic) Annoyed; irritated; angry; fed up.]

shagged out

Adjective : (UK, slang) exhausted (as if with sexual activity)


Noun : (slang) Items or material of poor quality or little importance.

clapped out

Adjective : (slang, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand) Exhausted, worn out.


Adjective : (slang) Amazed, stunned, or shocked (whether by something positive or negative).


Adjective : (vulgar, in combination) Having a vulva of a specified kind.

Adjective : (UK, Australia, vulgar, slang) Under the influence of illicit drugs or alcohol; drunk; high.

Adjective : (Australia, vulgar, slang) Broken.

pissed as a fart

Adjective : (simile, slang, vulgar) Very drunk.


Adjective : (colloquial) Utterly sick of something; entirely fed up; used with of.


Adjective : (slang) Broken; not properly functioning.

Adjective : (slang) In trouble; in a bad situation.

Adjective : (UK, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, slang) Tired, worn-out, exhausted.


Adjective : (military slang, now historical) Finished, dead, no more, gone; non-existent.

Adjective : (military slang, now historical) Dead.

Verb : (UK, army, slang) To finish; to put an end to; to kill.

bummed out

Adjective : (slang) Depressed, disappointed, in a gloomy mood.


Adjective : (slang) Annoyed, exasperated, angry; Euphemistic form of pissed off.


Adjective : (slang, mildly vulgar) Extremely awful.


Adjective : (of a hen) Unable to pass an egg that has formed.

Adjective : (UK, slang) Constipated.

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