adjective. irritated by abrasion. Probably derived from "ross," meaning outer bark. To ross (v. tr.): to remove the outer bark. By extension in my former community in Allegany County, NY, to abrade the skin, sometimes to the point of rawness.
"The boy's bare legs were rossed when he slid down the rope." Slang expression: "Wouldn't that ross your ass?" meaning, "Wouldn't you be highly annoyed or perturbed to the point of mental or emotional irritation or agitation?"
Adj/N. Becoming so inebriated, traditionally off Smirnoff but any alcohol is acceptable, that you perform the following acts in successive weekends: 1. get your head slammed into a brick wall 2. nail a fat chick 3. make out with a 35 year old mom 4. fall down a stairwell with no injuries 5. get taken to the hospital because you are so drunk the cops think you're on drugs
I got rossed last night.
He wasn't drunk, he was rossed.
To be ridiculed behind your back by people you thought were your good friends, who were in fact, childish and immature and can’t own up to the fact that they are jackals the moment your turn your back and will throw any insult because it makes them feel superior when instead true people are up front about their feelings and aren’t two-faced cowards, and true friends will stick with you without comments behind your back despite your flaws and if not they’re not your friends and have no business knowing you.