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noun/verb/adjective

Named after its primary user, Dizzwald can be used both as a noun, a verb and adjective. The verb, "to dizzwald" is the process when someone conitunally fails to show up for planned events with the intention of saving time, energy, and money for bigger events in the near to distant future.
Example 1:
Blake: Yo, you hitting the club tonite man?

Peter: Nah, I'm a go home and chill.

Josh: He's just dizzwalding.

Example 2:

Jake: Let's go drink tonight!

Mike: I'm broke I can't.

Jake: You're such a dizzwald!

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by Prof. Dizel August 06, 2010