Douche-English Dictionary

by Robert Buchanan

Douche English
-adjacent quasi-, semi-
alls all
amazeballs, amazesauce, awesome sauce, awesome-sauce, awesomesauce, dope, on fleek A1, ace, bang-up, beautiful, boss, brilliant, choice, crack, dandy, divine, fine, exceeding, excellent, exceptional, eximious, exquisite, fab, fabulous, fantastic, first-rate, glorious, grand, great, high-grade, high-quality, magnificent, marvelous, outstanding, premium, prime, quality, recherche, select, sensational, smashing, special, splendid, splendiferous, super, superb, superior, surpassing, swell, terrific, top-notch, transcendental, tremendous, uncommon, wonderful
awesome, crazy, epic amazing, astonishing, astounding, incredible, marvelous, miraculous, portentous, prodigious, staggering, startling, stupefying, stupendous, surprising, unbelievable, wonderful, wondrous
bae, boo beau, beloved, boyfriend, companion, darling, doxy, dulcinea, girlfriend, inamorata, inamorato, ladylove, lover, man, mistress, paramour, partner, squeeze, suitor, swain, sweetheart
bestie best friend
bink-bink, binky pacifier
bless up bye, farewell, goodbye; hello, hi
body acceptance refusal to remediate obesity
boho Bohemian
boost bluster, boast, brag, crow, gasconade, gloat, rodomontade, roister
bouncebackability determination, obstinacy, perseverence, persistence, pertinacity, resolution, resolve, stubbornness, tenacity
brah, bruh, dog, dawg buddy, companion, comrade, dude, fellow, friend, guy, hombre, pal
bread, ching, flizz, lovely jubbly, oof, ooftish, scrilla, spend cash, dough, funds, money
bromance (platonic) affinity, amity, camaraderie, comradeship, fellowship, friendship, rapport
bud, chronic, doobage, grass, Mary Jane, Mary Joanna cannabis, marijuana, pot, reefer, wacky tobaccy, weed (hyp. hash, hashish)
change up counterchange, interchange, invert, reverse, switch, transpose
chillax, moss relax, repose, rest
chirp, disrespect, dis, diss affront, cut, disoblige, indignify, insult, miff, offend, pique, snub
cisgendered, heteronormative (sexually) normal
confronting shocking
cray, cray-cray bananas, bats, batty, berserk, bonkers, buggy, certifiable, cracked, crackers, crazed, crazy, cuckoo, demented, deranged, disturbed, dotty, gaga, insane, loco, loony, loopy, lunatic, mad, meshuga, non compos mentis, nuts, nutso, nutty, screwy, unbalanced, unhinged, wacko, wacky
crazy aberrant, abnormal, anomalous, antic, atypical, bizarre, curious, deviant, different, eccentric, exceptional, extraordinary, freaky, funny, irregular, odd, oddball, offbeat, outre, peculiar, queer, singular, strange, uncommon, unconventional, unfamiliar, unique, unnatural, untypical, unusual, weird
crotchal, groinal inguinal
cyberslacking goldbricking, idling, loafing, lollygagging, neglecting, shirking, skipping, slacking
dafaq, dafuq (what) the fuck
dat that, withal
dip depart, egress, exit, (take) leave
douche chills horripilation
down certainly
drop issue, publish, release
finna aiming (to), designing (to), intending (to), meaning (to), planning (to), proposing (to), purposing (to)
flex swank
foodie epicure, epicurean, gastronome, gastronomer, gastronomist, gourmet
Friendsgiving suicide pact
front hole cunt, pussy, quim, twat, vagina
gender binary gender
ginormous Brobdingnagian, colossal, elephantine, enormous, gargantuan, giant, gigantic, grand, great, huge, humongous, immane, immense, jumbo, mammoth, massive, mastodontic, mighty, monstrous, mountainous, prodigious, stupendous, titanic, tremendous, vast, whopping
good on (you/him/her/them) good for (you/him/her/them)
guap, scrilla capital, cash, currency, dough, funds, lucre, money
hashtag (adj., adv., int., v.) N/A
hate speech, violent language offensive expression
hella, literally, majorly, totes absolutely, acutely, arrantly, awfully, categorically, completely, decidedly, especially, exceedingly, exceptionally, extraordinarily, extremely, highly, hugely, immensely, intensely, mightily, particularly, perfectly, positively, really, remarkably, singularly, starkly, supremely, terribly, terrifically, thoroughly, totally, tremendously, truly, uncommonly, unconditionally, unequivocally, unusually, utterly, vastly, very
ignorant bigoted
"I know, right?" "certainly," "(in) faith," "indeed," "really," "truly," "verily," "without a doubt"
inappropriate, politically incorrect, problematic disobliging, exceptionable, objectionable, offensive
infer hint, imply, insinuate, intimate, predicate, purport, suggest
intersectionality political coalitions gainfully manipulated by wealthy elites to the detriment of native majorities
irregardless, styll howbeit, however, irrespective, nathless, natheless, nevertheless, nonetheless, notwithstanding, regardless, still, though, withal, yet
"it is what it is" "so be it"
jawnt any noun
level up advance, progress
libshit, lieberal leftard (hyp. baizuo, social justice warrior)
lifehack expedient, solution
lived experience experience
lookism bias
low-key clandestinely, covertly, furtively, secretly, slyly, sneakily, stealthily, surreptitiously. underhandly, underhandedly
mains, peeps circle, clique, crowd, friends
mansplain rationalize
merked drugged, high
meta reflexive, self-referential
microaggression affront, cut, discourtesy, irreverence, indignity, insult, offense, slight, snub
Middle East Egypt, other countries of north Africa (sometimes), west Asia, some countries of central Asia (variably), Pakistan (sometimes)
Middle Eastern Arabic, Assyrian, Azeri, Kurdish, Mizrahic, Persian, Turkish, etc.
muggle amateur; nonmember, outsider, stranger
"my bad" "my mistake"
old school antiquated, dated, démodé, outdated, outmoded, passé, unfashionable
plant-based vegan; vegetarian
politically correct inoffensive, unexceptionable, unobjectionable
preggers enceinte, expectant, gravid, pregnant
presh charming, cute, darling, endearing, lovable, lovely, precious, sweet
props acclaim, commendation, credit, esteem, regard, respect
ratchet abhorrent, abject, abominable, accursed, cheap, contemptible, cursed, damnable, despicable, detestable, disgusting, execrable, hateful, heinous, loathsome, lousy, miserable, nauseating, odious, scummy, scurvy, stinking, wretched; audacious, brash, brassy, brazen, cheeky, fresh, impertinent, impudent, insolent, lippy, nervy, pert, presumptuous, sassy, saucy
reach attend
riffage chord progression
rocking attired (in), clothed (in), dressed (in), vestured (in), wearing
screenager teenager
selfie photograph (of a dolt)
sex worker bawd, cocotte, cyprian, doxy, fille de joie, harlot, hooker, hustler, moll, prostitute, slut, strumpet, tart, tramp, trollop, trull, wench, whore, (hyp. call girl; street girl, streetwalker; stripper; working girl)
shine on disregard, ignore, neglect, overlook, pretermit; prescind; fib, lie; bamboozle, befool, betray, cheat, chicane, cozen, deceive, dupe, fool, fox, gull, hoodwink, humbug, illude, misinform, mislead, trick
solid favor, obligement
"soz" "I apologize," "(I'm) sorry"
stan revere, venerate; idolize, worship
swag furtively homosexual: "secretly, we are gay"
takeaway lesson, moral; admonishment, admonition, caution, caveat, monition, warning
threequel (second) sequel
(a) thing phenomenon
twerk flail, writhe
Twittersphere, Twitterverse Twitter
vaguery ambage, ambiguity, equivocacy, equivocality, oracularity, vagueness
verse versus
walk back backpedal; retract, withdraw
whack abominable, abysmal, appalling, atrocious, awful, deplorable, dreadful, execrable, flagitious, frightful, ghastly, god-awful, grievous, heinous, horrendous, horrible, monstrous, rotten, shocking, terrible, vile
word agreed
"wow, just wow" "wow"
"wrong side of history" heterodoxy
"yeah, no" "no"
you you're, you've
yute youth
za pizza
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