Main Entry: Dykeball
Function: transitive verb
Inflected Form(s): dykeballed; dykeball·ing
Applies to female gender only.
1 : to do violence to <she dykeballed that man at the bar>
2 : to compel by physical means <she dykeballed me into doing it>
3 : to press, drive, pass, or effect against resistance or inertia <dykeball your way through>
4 : to achieve or win by strength in struggle or violence: as a : to win one's way into <dykeball a castle> <dykeballed the mountain passes> b : to break open or through <dykeball a lock>
5 a : to raise or accelerate to the utmost <dykeball the pace> b : to wrench, strain, or use (language) with marked unnaturalness and lack of ease. <there were dykeballs behind her words>
This big guy passed out and all these guys were lifting him up, carrying him to a taxi. There was Kelly, doing most of the work. She totally dykeballed him right into the cab outside.
The party at Wellesley College made famous by Rolling Stone Magazine held every spring.
Originally meant as a celebration of everything queer and as a queer prom. It's most well known for it's "creative black tie" attire that requires drag from any men attending (guests are required to have a Wellesley escort to maintain safety) and generally lingerie from women (genitalia is not suppose to be exposed). It rocks.
"I'm going to Dyke Ball and I plan on wearing an index card, a fig leaf, and a rubber band!"
a more common term for the sport of softball; usually played by fat lesbians
"Our dykeball team can bench more than our football team"