A verb using contractions of "was" and "not", also "were" and "not".
Used to state a form of being in the negative and past tense.
Archaic or anachronistic southern slang
"If wain't for dat horse, I's gone to the college."
(using above contractions respectively)
Chris "Ya you have never had to wain't for something or are you making fun of the way I say wain't"
Trevor "Naw man you say wain't well, I'm making fun of the way you say wain't"
Try, "Dude, your waint!"
Instead of, "Wow, the Sens suck, they're by far the worst team in the NHL. They should move to somewhere like Hamilton or Minden where the fans aren't such crappy people."
Try, "Wow, the Sens are waint, they're by far the most waint team in the NHL. The should move to somewhere like Hamilton or Minden where the fans aren't such waint people."
Or perhaps your teacher assigns homework, you can retort with a resounding "WWAAIINNTT"