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7 definitions by INXpeteR

 
1.
A deep, often depressing, feeling of wanting to find love; to be loning for love; to be without a companion to share ones life with, though it is desired deeply.

(Don't believe the other definition that has all those thumbs up for saying it is being in love and "drawing hearts in the sand" and stuff, becauase that is the opposite, that is lovestruck, not lovesick).
Lovesick is like homesick.

Homesick people are away from home but want to be home.

Lovesick people are away from love and want to be in love.
by INXpeteR August 17, 2007
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2.
Something associated with being in or part of a suburb; referring the scale of delelopement between urban and rural; low density housing and commercial areas; referring to the smaller cities outside of major cities that contribute to an overall metropolitan area.
Jason and Jennifer, two siblings, live in a suburban community just outside of Boston. Their mother drives a Ford Explorer to her suburban job at a telemarketing center. She picks Jason up from soccer practice every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon. The father takes the freeway into Boston every morning to be to his office job by 9:00 AM. He leaves work at 5:00 PM and is home by 6:00 PM, just in time for supper at his suburban home, where his mother and children await his arrival.
by INXpeteR August 05, 2007
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3.
1. How a person truley feels, acts, or thinks despite how their feelings, actions, or thoughts seem to others or one specific other.

2. A 1986 hit song by Cindy Lauper, written by Billy Steinberg and Tom Kelly.

3. A 1998 song by Phil Collins based on the 1986 hit song by Cindy Lauper.

4. A 1991 movie about best friends' betrayal starring John Cusack and James Spader, directed by Herbert Ross and written by Kevin Wade.
"I know you don't really mean to act the way you do. I know your true colors are beautiful."
by INXpeteR August 06, 2007
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4.
Refers to anything associated with or part of high density developement or growth in a given area, including, but not limited to, housing, commercial, buildings, and infrastructure.
The boy grew up in an urban area where everything his eyes could see was manmade; buildings, sidewalks, concrete; everywhere he looked. He actually preferred it, as he could walk wherever he needed to go. The best part, was that there were parks where he could "get away" had he ever felt the need to.
by INXpeteR August 06, 2007
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5.
OMD
Abbreviation for the band Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark.
OMDs song, "If You Leave", is an 80s classic!
by INXpeteR August 05, 2007
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6.
The Standard Oil Company of New York, S.O.Co.N.Y., or simply Socony, was one of thirty-four independent companies broken up from the monopoly that was Standard Oil, as ordered by the U.S. Supreme Court. Socony merged with Vaccuum Oil bringing about Socony-Vacuum. Later they changed the name to Socony Mobil Oil Company, then to just Mobil Oil Corporation. Finally, they merged with Exxon in 1999 into the current ExxonMobil.
Socony is the originating company to ExxonMobil.
by INXpeteR August 07, 2007
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7.
A fictional world that is made up of all over-the-counter penny stocks whose ticker symbols end in '.PK'

Investors with an online brokerage account, specifically Scottrade, are a part of this world when they buy or sell stocks listed as a pink sheet.
Typical situation: "I bought 10,000,000mil shares of this pink sheet stock at a PPS (price per share) of 0.0001 for a mere $1,000 dollars. Within a week, the PPS soared to $1.00 giving me $10,000,000mil dollars! I love Pinkyland!"
by INXpeteR September 21, 2007
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