8 definitions by Chromium

Top Definition
A person who uses a word program or internet thesaurus in order to make their papers or written works appear smarter by replacing common words with larger or uncommon words.
The phrontistery is a Thesaurus Rex's wet dream.

"Since when does Bismark use the word jackanapes?"
"Since he became a Thesaurus Rex."
by Chromium April 02, 2006
With extra and unnecessary force, an attempt to crush the opposition.
Xerxes planned his revenge Soviet style.
Xenophon's girlfriend bitched him out Soviet style.
Milton was just hammered by a Soviet style tackle!
by Chromium September 11, 2005
standard font available to all computers. Used when breaking up relationships in IM conversations to finalize the deal.
At first Leonindas thought she was joking, then she switched to MS sans serif and he knew she was gone forever.
by Chromium July 31, 2005
1. Very good, amazing, awesome, glorious or expensive.

2. Large bills, or, large amounts of money on hand.
1. "I hear Mardonius bought a Grenade Machinegun."
"That is heavy lettuce."

2. Good thing we didn't pull over. They might have stolen my heavy lettuce.
by Chromium April 03, 2005
American dollars. It used to refer to the "double eagle" coins from 1877-1907, however it now simply refers to any American paper currency.
"The crooked cop was giving Martel a hard time 'till Martel bribed him with a fistfull of Double Eagles."

"The price of oil is measured in Double Eagles."
by Chromium February 15, 2006
Took, bought, acquired, got, stole
Xenophon snapped up a copy of How To Talk To A Liberal (if you must) by Ann Coulter at a grocery store, of all places.
by Chromium July 24, 2005
yiff. Usually with a heterosexual style, connotates the idea of a male "seeding" a female.
"Darius said he was too busy to come to the party, but I say he's doing extreme gardening with that online girlfriend of his."
by Chromium February 19, 2006

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