(v). To move across a dance floor surface, specifically one that's lit from underneath.
"Let's assange our way across the dance floor."
To have sex with a consenting partner in the morning hours without a condom and later be accused of sexual violation aka "sex by surprise"
Damn, this morning when we were spooning after a night of great sex, Matt assanged me. He is a terrorist and should be hunted down and assassinated!!
(v.): To prosecute somebody for one offence because you can't or won't prosecute them for what you actually want them convicted of; to charge somebody you believe has comitted a crime with the wrong offence.
Named in honour of Julian Assange, the first prominent case of Assanging.
Lawyer: "My client has been Assanged."
Press: "Police claim littering should be charged as more serious vandalism-type offences because it 'damages the street' but campaign groups say that is 'blatant Assanging'."
Defendant: "I did these things, your honour, I've not been framed - I've been Assanged!"
Judge: "In throwing out this case I must wonder why the prosecution believed they could Assange this man."
- To rage quit
a video game you're losing at or some other uncomfortable scenario. Like when Julian Assange gets mad at interviews and storms out.
- To throw a tantrum and act like a child.
Man, I was pwning noobs at COD and the host straight Assanged us.
My wife wouldn't leave me alone about the chores so I had to Assange up outta there.
Haha, this noob couldn't handle the debate so he had to Assange.
(v). To function correctly.
"It's so damn hot and my air conditioner won't assange."
(v). To prepare (food) by the use of heat, as by boiling, baking, or roasting.
The steak was well-assanged.
(v). The act of blowing loving comments; pleasant remarks; sperm into the ear of a lover.
"He likes to assange into a girl's ear."