English Is A Complex Language (vi)


English is a complex language. Meanings of words are constantly changing and new definitions arise all the time. See if you can spot some new meanings in the alphabetic list below.

Billiard felt [Noun.]
Sports: sexual assault after a billiard game.

Brazilian Rainforest [Noun.]
Contradiction in terms.

Divine [Verb.]
To sober up.

Extricate [Noun.]
A spare girl called Kate.

Geography [Verb.]
To write in sand.

Mineral [Noun.]
Tiny general.

Petty [Adj.]
The act of stroking one’s submissive partner.

Pressure cooker [Noun.]
Chef who is overwrought.

Transitive verb [Noun.]
Verb that has undergone a sex change.

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1 thought on “English Is A Complex Language (vi)

  1. Brazilian Rainforest [Noun.]
    Contradiction in terms.

    Sadly, that becomes truer on a daily basis, and even more tragic, without the vegetation falling from the trees, the land itself is infertile.

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