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Advanced Deck 12

Advanced Deck 12

Total: 20 words

TMI

acronym

stands for 'too much information'; used for expressing the sentiment that a conversation has become too personal, that the speaker is imparting too much information

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smack

noun

disparaging talk

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mosey

verb

to move slowly and seemingly aimlessly; to amble

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doggone

adjective

used as a mild, folksy euphemism for 'damn'

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mom-and-pop

adjective

of or relating to a small retail business, usually owned and operated by members of a family

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guilt-trip

verb

to attempt to make someone feel guilty

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washboard

adjective

of an abdomen, trim, muscular, defined

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washed-up

adjective

no longer successful; finished

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ace up one's sleeve

phrase

a resource that is yet to be revealed; from the popular belief that card cheats hide cards up their sleeves

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mooch

verb

to beg from friends; to sponge

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mug

verb

to rob with violence or the threat of violence

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kneecap

verb

to break someone’s kneecap or shoot them in the kneecap, almost always as a planned act of retribution

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loopy

adjective

slightly mad; drunk

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vogue

verb

to engage in a style competition that values posturing

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nugget

noun

a strange or silly person, or one who has done something silly

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pushover

noun

someone who is gullible or easily manipulated

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thick / thicc

adjective

sexually appealing, attractive, and well built

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showboat

verb

to show off; to pay attention to the performance aspects of a task

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piss and moan

verb

to complain constantly

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nasty

adjective

sexy, attractive, and appealing; sluttish

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