Top Definition
suffix added to a phrase to lessen the stupidty of it.
Bush knows what he's doing... or something.
by Bug August 26, 2003
The next big expression. Said out of the blue when confused or when you don't know what else to say. Also used at the end of a statement if you are not confident, unsure, or embarassed about the statement.. or just to add that little extra specialness.
"You're hott.. or something.."

"Those pants were 50 dollars.. or something."

(someone does or says something dumb)
"...Or something..."
(usually with a weird ass look on your face while saying)
by _or_something_in_MN_ January 09, 2005
approximately so. roughly speaking. thereabouts.
Woody Allen: The only thing unusual is that she's Mia's daughter. But she's an adopted daughter and a grown woman. I could have met her at a party or something.
by LexAveNYC May 03, 2009
When something goes beyond desription, or when the word for it evades you.
That building is so "orsomething"
This food is very "orsomething"
by Matthew April 01, 2005
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