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13 definitions by Ward Smith

14 FEB, the day officially recognized
as belonging to one's sweetheart.
Happy Val Day, babe.
This rose kisses lips.
by Ward Smith February 14, 2009
The proper spelling of 'loser'. Rhymes with 'boozer'.
Same def as before. Someone who loozes.
What a loozer. Lost his babe cuz he's such a fuckup.
by Ward Smith January 28, 2009
An action, usually negative (but sometimes funny) most often associated with people of a certain age.
One of Mom's many seniorisms is constantly losing her housekeys, which often turn up in some pocket or other. She's always stashing and forgetting.
by Ward Smith May 20, 2012
'Gone south.' 'Lost it.' 'Non compos mentis.'

This term reflects the fact (for some) that
functioning (in whatever capacity) can be
severely limited on this day because of
its historic role as a down-easy day.

The term is not restricted to Sundays. It is
a cognate of the verb 'to sunday', meaning
'to underdo', 'to function at a low level'.
Man, did you catch DeeCee's slack getback.
He really sundayed it. Wait until tomorrow.

by Ward Smith March 01, 2009
A person whose action is predicated on correctness
of the politic kind. This term is highly pejorative. As
an adjective, it can describe something seen as bad
in the sense of catering to a reactionary mentality.
That correctoid couldn't talk straight if she tried.
His speech was nothing but a correctoid whitewash.
by Ward Smith February 15, 2009
'The goods.' 'The real deal.' No bullshit.'

This term is often used in, but is not restricted
to, legal endeavors. Because of its Latin origin,
the term's connotation is one of 'seriousness'.

The term mixes identity and credentials with
honesty and ability to get the job done to
create a highly favorable impression.
She walked into the room, forthwith handed
the committee chair her bonafides, a resumé
she had worked on for hours in anticipation
of this moment of expression/impression.
by Ward Smith February 25, 2009
'Totally plus.' 'Absolutely good.' 'Majorly extra.'
From the Latin 'good faith'. The user of this
expression will be one who experiences a
positive feeling about something witnessed.
The professor was of the opinion that
her student's proposal was bonafidic.
by Ward Smith February 25, 2009