The Addictionary of Oxford English

The Addictionary of Oxford English: Slipknot

Home > Oxford English > Slipknot Definition of Slipknot in English: Slipknot [NOUN] 1. A knot that can be undone by a pull. “We may frown upon public hangings in this day and age, but there’s no harm in knowing how to tie a proper slipknot,...

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The Addictionary of Oxford English: Romantic

Home > Oxford English > Romantic Definition of Romantic in English: Romantic [ADJECTIVE] 1. Conductive to or characterized by the expression of love. “I can’t help it, darling. I’m just full of romantic antics.” – Oxford English 2. Of,...

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The Addictionary of Oxford English | Mentalist

Home > Oxford English > Mentalist Definition of Mentalist in English: Mentalist NOUN 1. A magician who performs feats that apparently demonstrate extraordinary mental powers, such as mind-reading “By George, I’m a regular mentalist! Think of...

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The Addictionary of Oxford English: Foreskin

Home > Oxford English > Foreskin Definition of Foreskin in English: Foreskin NOUN 1. The retractable roll of skin covering the end of the penis. “Don’t let the doctor nip your tip! Your foreskin’s good; your foreskin’s hip.” – Oxford English...

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The Addictionary of Oxford English: Hot Dog

Home > Oxford English > Hot Dog Definition of Hot Dog in English: Hot Dog NOUN 1. A frankfurter, especially one served hot in a long, soft roll and topped with various condiments. “Why, hot dog, old chap! That’s quite a spicy bratwurst you...

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The Addictionary of Oxford English: Vampire

Home > Oxford English > Vampire Definition of Vampire in English: Vampire NOUN 1. (in European folklore) a corpse supposed to leave its grave at night to drink the blood of the living by biting their necks with long pointed canine teeth....

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The Addictionary of Oxford English: Mail

Home > Oxford English > Mail Definition of Mail in English: Mail NOUN 1 [mass noun] Letters and parcels sent by post. “Here’s the mail. It never fails. It makes me want to wag my tail. If, indeed, I had a tail.” – Oxford English (Emotionally...

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The Addictionary of Oxford English: Royalty

Home > Oxford English > Royalty Definition of Royalty in English: Royalty NOUN 1 [mass noun] People of royal blood or status. “I’m closer to royalty than Prince Phillip; that’s for certain. Good old Liz should have married me instead. I’m...

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The Addictionary of Oxford English: Lotion

Home > Oxford English > Lotion Definition of Lotion in English: Lotion NOUN [mass noun] A thick, smooth liquid preparation designed to be applied to the skin for medicinal or cosmetic purposes “Nivea? Bath and Body Works? Aveno? I don’t care…...

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The Addictionary of Oxford English: Blockchain

Home > Oxford English > Blockchain Definition of Blockchain in English: Blockchain NOUN 1. A system in which a record of transactions made in bitcoin or another cryptocurrency are maintained across several computers that are linked in a...

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The Addictionary of Oxford English: Sexting

Home > Oxford English > Sexting Definition of Sexting in English: Sexting VERB 1. Send (someone) sexually explicit photographs or messages via mobile phone. “Calm yourself, Barnaby. I’ll finish my drink when I’m done sexting this hot toddy.”...

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The Addictionary of Oxford English: Attention

Home > Oxford English > Attention Definition of Attention in English: Attention NOUN 1. Notice taken of someone or something; the regarding of someone or something as interesting or important “I don’t need to try to garner attention. Most...

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