English Is A Complex Language (vii)


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.

Aboriginal [Noun.]
Not new.

Antiques [Noun.]
Opposed to ‘ques’.

Casualty [Noun.]
Someone who lives life in the slow lane.

Massacre [Noun.]
Sunday bloodbath.

Novelist [Noun.]
Inventor.

Pharmacist [Noun.]
Professor of agricultural studies.

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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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English Is A Complex Language (v)


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.

Accelerate [Verb.]
To chop celery quickly.

Debrief [Verb.]
To remove underwear.

Defer [Verb.]
To remove animal body hair.

Delay [Verb.]
To stop having intercourse.

Delight [Verb.]
To darken.

Deliver [Verb.]
To remove someone’s liver.

Desiccation [Verb.]
To recover from illness.

Desist [Verb.]
To kill someone’s sister.

Petition [Noun.]
Petite Greek man.

Zealousness [Noun.]
French jealousy.

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English Is A Complex Language (iv)


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.

Ballistic [Noun.]
Male chauvinism.

Discover [Verb.]
To remove a lid.

Extraneous [Adj.]
Outside a train.

Fallacious [Adj.]
Of a penis-like quality; Pertaining to the male reproductive organ.

Lunatic [Noun.]
Person who has visited the moon.

McMuffin [Noun.]
Scottish lady part.

Might [Noun.]
The possibility of power.

Ultimate [Noun.].
Best friend.

Womanhood [Noun.]
Sapphic ghetto.

Womanise [Verb.]
To become more effeminate.

Zealotry [Noun.]
French lottery.

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English Is A Complex Language (iii)


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.

Baffle [Verb.]
Eating waffles in the morning.

Bees [Noun.]
Philosophy: school of existentialism.

Buttress [Noun.]
Anal mistress.

Comedian [Noun.]
Witty Soviet.

Explain [Noun.]
Wreckage of an aeronautical accident.

Fashions [Noun.]
Effeminate racists.

Forego [Verb.]
Regular human intercourse. See also: Forelay.

Friendship [Noun.]
Chaste boating holiday.

Geology [Noun.]
Study of g’s.

Host [Adj.]
Most prostitute like.

Impeccable [Adj.]
Well protected from birds.

Intervention [Noun.]
Between two “ventions”.

Job market [Noun.]
Economics: prostitutionary clientèle.

Key figure [Noun.]
Unknown island resident.

Mail armour [Noun.]
Pepper spray.

Methodology [Noun.]
Study of class A narcotics. See also: Mythology.

Moonshine [Noun.]
Ass polish.

Niceties [Noun.]
E.g. London and Amsterdam.

Ornithologist [Noun.]
Professor of women.

Pussyhound [Noun.]
Breed of cat and dog.

Rampart [Noun.]
John Thomas.

Scansion [Noun.]
Villa with socially deplorable residents.

Verb [Noun.]
I know, the word verb is a noun.

Woman [Noun.]
Woe of man.

Workload [Noun.]
Economics: shift termination of a prostitute.

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English Is A Complex Language (ii)


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.

Abacus [Noun.]
Scandinavian minstrel quartet at the court of the 1st century Roman Emperors.

Billabong [Verb.]
To fine a drummer.

Bother [Adj.]
Comparative form of ‘Both’.

Brace Yourself [Expr.]
Do-it-yourself dentistry.

Catholic [Noun.]
Addicted to felines.

Cockney [Adj.]
Male chauvinistic.

Co-mobility [Noun.]
Disentangled hair.

Cruelty [Noun.]
The act of forced drinking of Earl Grey by mother-in-law.

Dreadnought [Noun.]
Fear of sexual intimacy.

Engage [Noun.]
Love measuring device.

Erosion [Noun.]
Red-light district of Jerusalem.

Exiles [Noun.]
Former islands.

Frust [Verb.]
Vexation over impenetrability.

Ironic [Noun.]
Strong.

Judo [Noun.]
Jewish fête.

Namely [Adj.]
George Berty Arthur Cecil Melchett-Saxenbourg.

Petty Criminal [Expr.]
Domesticated offender.

Posh [Noun.]
Opposite of ‘pull’ on Oxford University doors.

Profound [Noun.]
To find something before it is lost.

Protestant [Noun.]
Feminist relative.

Reverse [Verb.]
To verse again.

Tribes [Noun.]
Three b’s.

Tudor [Noun.]
Medieval teacher.

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English Is A Complex Language (i)


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.

Accordion [Noun.]
The subjective truth of someone else.

Aggregate [Noun.]
Farming scandal.

Arson [Verb.]
To sit.

Buggery [Noun.]
The study of insect.

Carmelite [Noun.]
A half-hearted Buddhist.

Climate [Noun.]
First instruction at mountaineering school.

Crackerjack [Noun.]
A device for raising biscuits.

Damnation [Noun.]
Holland.

Definite [Adj.]
London slang: “I can’t hear man.”

Deixis [Noun.]
Plural form of lesbian.

Dentist [Noun.]
Someone who repairs car-bodywork.

Domino [Noun.]
Preacher in Italy.

Fallacy [Noun.]
Amusingly shaped.

Feckless [Adj.]
Celibate in Ireland.

Fundamentalist [Noun.]
People who give money to a spiritual healer.

Goblet [Noun.]
A small mouth.

Iconoclastic [Noun.]
A rubber band for securing religious paintings.

Piecrust [Noun.]
What you get if you don’t polish your pike.

Placenta [Noun.]
Japanese television-show host.

Problematic [Noun.]
A disastrous loft conversion.

Prolapsed [Noun.]
In favour of having your diner in front of the television.

Psychological [Noun.]
Something that makes sense on a bike.

Pubescent [Noun.]
Intimate deodorant.

Rambling [Noun.]
Jewellery for sheep.

Ransom [Verb.]
A half-hearted jog.

Shag-pile [Noun.]
An experience both painful and pleasurable.

Shamrock [Noun.]
Polystyrene pebble.

Sorcerer [Adj.]
Comparative form of Saucer.

Specimen [Noun.]
Italian astronauts.

Stifle [Noun.]
No room at the pig’s home.

Surcharge [Noun.]
A fee for purchased honours.

Titillate [Noun.]
Delayed puberty.

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