Top Definition
Similar in historical beginnings as ebonics, dwebonics is a variation of articulate english generally used by those in high-tech fields, Star Trek fans, politicians.

It is characterized as substituing relatively easy words and phrases with overly complicated ones.
Dwebonics: "Initiate water propogation through valve manipulation."
English: "Turn on the hose."

Dwebonics: "I have remotely calibrated the Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation optical encoding device to emanate visual/audio depictions"
English: "I turned on the DVD player"
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by JacknRochNY August 30, 2007
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