Someone you shagged but should not have. see tint
Bryony was a shade of robert.
acting in a casual or disrespectful manner towards someone/dissing a friend
throwing shade, acting kinda shady
Sun glasses but it sounds cooler.
Person 1; Nice shades
Person 2; Damm straight
Can be used as a noun or verb.
Noun form = illegitimate behavior
Verb form = typically accompanied with the word "throw" or "throwing," as in to "throw someone shade" meaning to act shady, fake, or funny around or towards them.
Person 1: They went to the club and ain't even invite us!
Person 2: Shade!
My man been throwing me shade because I haven't been around as much.
Sunglasses, a tanned set of glass (or plastic) sheets, fitted in a structure that rests on your ears and nose, shielding your eyes from bright light.
Often worn by people in summer times.
"That guy has a nice set of shades"
A racial slur, coined by racial anthropologist Dr. Andrew H. Eberle after his time at Yale, when upon auditioning for a predominately African American acapella group of the name Shades, did not give him a call back. The term was created on the spot out of Dr. Eberle's frustration, and came to be used to refer to any member of the African American race.
Look at those shades posted up on the corner
Insulting name for police in Limerick, Ireland
I committed a crime so I had to hide from the shades