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32 definitions by Mohit Hira

 
1.
Verb; also 'Google' broken into its two logical parts, indicative of the websites a surfer goes and ogles at as a result of the search queries.
As she stared at the Google search results on 'pink underwear', I urged her to go ogle at the sites it threw up.
by Mohit Hira February 18, 2009
 
2.
A Tuesday on which you wear really bright, cheerful-colored clothes to work to overcome the previous day's Monday blues.
After an exceptionally dull Monday, Dan wore a bright yellow tie to go with his royal blue shirt this morning, because it was a Huesday.
by Mohit Hira February 10, 2009
 
3.
Being drowned out by incessant protests while trying to say something - inspired by the South African horn being heard the Football World Cup.
The politician tried pacifying the raging mob but was vuvuzela'd by their hoots and jeers.
by Mohit Hira June 17, 2010
 
4.
A phenomenon caused by the unexpected shutting down of a company/industry in one economy resulting in a disappearance of jobs en masse in another economy; thus, making an entire group of people obsolete overnight... creating a reverse Slumdog Millionaire.
When a leading insurance company filed for bankruptcy in the US, it also created jobsolence for several hundred outsourced call-center workers in India.
by Mohit Hira March 02, 2009
 
5.
An Internet evangelist.
A netvangelist will take every available opportunity to promote the benefits of the Internet, even if he doesn't work in the online industry.
by Mohit Hira February 15, 2009
 
6.
Combination of 'decade' and 'hence' - the act of looking back at life 10 years hence and wondering why you did all the depraved things that seemed perfectly normal then.
Older and more mature now, we sat around the bonfire and laughed our heads off as we dived nostalgically into the decadence of 1999.
by Mohit Hira February 13, 2009
 
7.
Public anger directed at corporations like AIG which blow up taxpayers' funds for self-gain.
When the Board announced handsome bonuses that could be paid to themselves because of the generous funds they had received as part of the bailout package, there was outraig amongst the shareholders.
by Mohit Hira March 21, 2009