A real dictionary with real definitions. Indescribably boring. Still not as popular as the Bible or the Beatles.
John Lennon never said "We're bigger than Webster's"
A person who acts like a dictionary and explains a joke or a reference when no explanaiton is necessary.
Joe: "you see, no one except the kid interacted with Bruce Willis, because he was actually a ghost"
Mark: "thank you, Webster"
Bob: "yes, thanks, we didn't 'get that' ourselves... ugh!"
A cute little man. A "prettyboy" worker on a construction site or in a factory that is kept around because of his good looks and desirable little girl-like physique. The websters purpose is to act as the recipient of the aggression of the common workers and to act as a modern day peg boy
Damn, the boss has me all stressed out. I think I'm gonna go pump a load into the webster during lunch break.
Second best to UrbanDictionary
Why use Websters when you've got UrbanDictionary
"where life is worth living"...yea right. a suburb outside of rochester, ny. many parents from other towns such as east irondequoit and the city move their kids hear and make them suffer to attend "good schools" as it was when they attended the schools. most drama filled town possible. people even have to leave the schools half way during the year because they are sick of all the drama. this is even happening in the elemantary school levels believe it or not. they think they have the good sports, but not so much anymore. everybody there is a wannabe and even the geekiest ugliest kids are bitches and try to act like the popular rich kids. its really kinda entertaining.
Mom: "honey..were moving to webster."
kid: "ok mom but i dont wanna move"
mom: "the kids are so nice there though"
*kid arrives at school and is shoved around because she is not wearing abercrombie or carrying a knockoff chanel purse that tries to claim it real*
webster isnt where life is worth living unless your gifted. parents take this advice too.
A derisory adjective given to a thing of exceptionally low quality, used in N England. Considered to have originated from a local brand of cheaply brewed ales and dingy drinking houses.
"This tune is Websters"
The first word to the intro sentence to which every high school and college paper begins.
Also, the first word to the intro sentence that makes English teachers (and every other type of teacher) toss out a collective groan of agony.
Additional social aspect of the word:
One example of the unoriginal and collectively sub-par way in which students go about serious thought and research in our schools. And one of the signs that our educational system needs some revamping.
“Webster’s Ninth international dictionary defines :any ass word here: as…”
If I see another paper that begins, “Webster’s Ninth international dictionary defines :any ass word here: as…” I’m going to shove No Child Left Behind up GWB’s A**!