1.) a group of three people
2.) a sexual act performed by three people together
3.) a triumvirate, i.e. three people ruling a country or company together
1.) Larry, Harry and Mo were a famous threesome.
2.) "Hey, Tiffany, how about you and me and Delicia go over to my place for a threesome?"
3.) Now that Berrington has taken over the regional management, I think we're soon going to see an end to the Wallace-Kingwill-Mason threesome.
(Verb) To disturb, perturb, deter or intimidate. Usually used in the negative.
"They swore at me, but hey, I'm not phased."
"You can't phase me by talking while playing chess."
1. Anything that creates excitement or stimulus.
2. The feeling experienced by someone in a stimulated state.
1. "Shooting people is my latest buzz."
2. "That's nothing compared to the buzz I get from speed."
3. So what's the buzz about Michael Jackson's new baby?
A male homosexual, often one who is also effeminite in his mannerisms. Used exclusively in a negative sense by heterosexuals. Word variant: poof
You know why Cyril wears pink? It's because he's a poofter, that's why!
An out-of-fashion word for wacky and individualistic. Most zany things are out of fashion now too.
She's a zany gal who loves wearing psychadelic shirts and ethnic beads.
Synonym for "wow". Alleged etymology: A way of saying "Jesus!" without being accused of swearing. More often used as a negative exclamation than a positive one.
Gee wiz, what have you gone and done with your hair?
To study, particularly in preparation for a test or exam. (Used in South Africa, this word has now largely gone out of fashion amongst English kids, but is still used often by Afrikaans kids.)
"Have you started swotting for your History yet?"