Thesaurus for Cael Sanderson

Synonyms, antonyms, and related words for Cael Sanderson

Someone who commits an act of the following: extreme courage, extreme awesomeness, or extreme stupidity; one who is worthy of positive recognition for such an act.

May be shortened to "champ".
"Did you hear about the guy who ate a stapler?"
"Man, that guy is such a champion."
by nmglover May 07, 2008
The toughest sport out there, in which you go for as many as 5 days with no food, 2 without water, and work out in a sauna after impossibly intense normal practices to make a low weight class. You then beat the shit out people in 6 minute matches, some of which last up to 10 minutes if they go to overtime. No pussy rests like in football and no slow pace like in soccer. It is all out tooth and claw WAR for 6-10 minutes against a MAN your exact size who has trained all season to kill YOU. After a match, the you are nearly dead and sometimes cannot stand. You will eventually stand and then fight up to 5 times in one day.(Up to 50 minutes of pure hell.) If you are tough and survive the first day you then go home, get six hours of sleep or less, and do it all over again, with your opponents getting tougher every match. You will probably have been injured at this point and have to fight through it.

Last man standing gets to call himself the champion.


In order to be good at this sport you have to give up all unhealthy foods and train hard at least 3 times a day.
You can play football, soccer, hockey and rugby but you cant play wrestling.
by WrestlingMachine March 24, 2005
Something that is so wonderful, it is hard to find the words to match. Something that makes your heart beat faster or your heart melt. Something that tops everything else, and always crosses your mind.
Everything Alex is and does is amazing to me.
by Renee September 13, 2004
UK Slang- a person who is very good at something
He's an absolute beast when it comes to football.
by Jamie November 18, 2004
An element found on the periodic table under
atomic number: 79
symbol: Au
atomic weight/atomic mass: 196.96655g
group name: Coinage metal
group: 11
period: 6
block: d-block
CAS Registry ID: 7440-57-5
Standard state: solid at 298 K
Colour: gold
Classification: Metallic
Availability: gold is available in many forms including wire, foil, and bars.


Gold is usually alloyed in jewellery to give it more strength, and the term carat describes the amount of gold present (24 carats is pure gold). It is estimated that all the gold in the world, so far refined, could be placed in a single cube 60 ft. on a side. It is metallic, with a yellow colour when in a mass, but when finely divided it may be black, ruby, or purple.

It is the most malleable and ductile metal; 1 ounce (28 g) of gold can be beaten out to 300 square feet. It is a soft metal and is usually alloyed to give it more strength. It is a good conductor of heat and electricity, and is unaffected by air and most reagents.

The most common gold compounds are auric chloride (AuCl3) and chlorauric acid (HAuCl4). A mixture of one part nitric acid with three of hydrochloric acid is called aqua regia (because it dissolved gold, the King of Metals). It is unaffected by air and most reagents. It is found free in nature and associated with quartz, pyrite and other minerals. Two thirds of the world's supply comes from South Africa, and 2/3 of USA production is from South Dakota and Nevada. Gold is found in sea water, but no effective economic process has been designed (yet) to extract it from this source.

It would not normally be necessary to make gold in the laboratory as it is readily available commercially. The most romantic way to extract gold is by panning it out from a stream in some pleasant valley but most such sources are now depleted. Panning relies upon the density of gold (which is very high) being much greater than that of the sand and other particulates. It therefore settles to the bottom of the pan.

Today, more often than not, gold is extracted from ores. These ores often contain relatively little gold. Some of these processes cause environmental concern. The ore is crushed to a powder so as to expose the small gold particles. These are dissolved by treatment of the rock with cyanide solution in air. The result of this is a gold cyanide complex. Addition of zinc powder to the resulting solution precipitates out the gold.

4Au + 8NaCN + O2 + 2H2O 4NaAu(CN)2 + 4NaOH

2NaAu(CN)2 + Zn 2NaCN + Zn(CN)2 + Au (s)
by psolio June 10, 2004
Engineering, architecture, agriculture, and veternary school in Ames, Iowa. Home of the Cyclones. Beautiful campus filled with attractive women and an over abundance of men. Attracts people that want a good education that enables them to be successful after college. Home of VEISHA, a yearly party in the late spring.

Officially named: Iowa State University of Science and Technology. Not to be confused with the State University of Iowa in Iowa City, a liberal arts academy with a law school and medical school tacked on for good measure.
"You went to Iowa State?"

"Yes."

"What branch of engineering are you?"

"I'm animal science, actually."

"Oh yes, I've heard about that."
by mumford_malone December 12, 2011
A bunch of busybodies who have nothing better to do than slap sanctions on collegiate athletes and teams for minor things as accepting money, but yet loves to whore out the term "March Madness" to businesses whocan afford the licensing fee!
NCAA needs to get a life!
by Piranha March 25, 2005
An sporting event originating in Greece as an honor to the gods. In more modern times it has become an international sporting contest were most of the world's countries participate every four years. The athletes selected to participate are their country's cream of the crop and represent their home nation with unparalleled pride. Being awarded a medal means you are one of the best athletes in the world. A pure and true athletic spectacle that has unfortunately received less popularity in recent years.
The true, original definition of athleticism originated at the ancient Olympics. Being allowed to represent your country is considered the ultimate goal for almost every athlete in the world.
by Matt..... August 09, 2008
Something Men do. It isn't "gay" it isn't "stupid", it is life. And while all you basketball and football players are sitting on your butts during the off-season Wrestlers are still out there and wrestling nearly every night of the week.
The WWE, NWA:TNA
by Paul May 13, 2004

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