Thesaurus for department

Synonyms, antonyms, and related words for department

The biggest gang in the world.
The police stole all my weed and smoked it.
by 1 #iT WONDA January 12, 2007
good herb.
this is that fire.
by sky May 10, 2003
a girl that will come over to "spend time" with ya
company came over for the bed warming party
by strangler May 29, 2003
Used by idiots who can't articulate correctly in place of the word "have".

Cross-reference: Often used in the same sentence as "your" when what they really mean to say is "you're".

In frequent use in England.
I should of asked for her number.

Those movie tickets cost more than they should of.

It's raining. Your going to be sorry. You should of brought an umbrella.
by Keira July 25, 2004
The act of going out and buying stuff.
I went shopping for food yesterday.
by The Wraith October 14, 2003
a machine for downloading porn
"oh no, the computer broke, i ejaculated all over the keyboard"
by Anonymous February 22, 2003
(US GOVERNMENT) Department of Homeland Security; cabinet level position created by the Bush Administration in 2003. One of the most costly and poorly executed reorganizations in US history, it essentially blew hundreds of billions of dollars on unrelated and pointless government projects intended to reward members of congress who sided with the president.

The DHS budget's largest line items are:

*the Customs and Border Protection (CBP)-20%;

*the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)-19%;
*the Coast Guard (USCG; formerly part of the Department of Transportation {DOT})-18%;

*the Transportation Security Administration (TSA)-12%;

*Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)-10%;

*Citizenship and Immigration Services (CIS)-5%.

(Percentages are of the FY 2011 DHS Budget--$57 billion
The DHS was created to bring most federally-controlled law enforcement bodies into one single, union-free, whistle-blower-free, department. Riders to the Homeland Security Act cost taxpayers billions in useless programs.
by Primus Intra Pares June 19, 2010
One of the best recent shows on TV. Based on the Israeli series Hatufim by Gideon Raff, it was developed by Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa, two of the writing veterans from 24. The show is often alluded to as a more adult version of 24, what with some of the writers from season 7-8 joining, as well as Sean Callery composing the music. It also has strong language and nudity, and deep, rounded characters. The critical acclaim has been overwhelmingly positive and it has deservedly won awards.

The first season sees agent Carrie Matheson (Claire Danes) trying to figure out whether a recently re-discovered, thought dead marine called Nick Brody (Damian Lewis) is a turned terrorist. The many twists and turns keep the show on edge and you always want more because it's so goddamn awesome!

Season 2 recently started, and to not spoil anything, it's main plot concerns another planned attack on US soil.
Dave: "Did you watch Homeland last night?"
Gerald "Absolutely! I was not expecting that to happen at the end! I can't wait for the next episode!"
by mrowcat November 17, 2012
the world's largest street gang
Everybody run here comes the NYPD!!
by Flonson Khabot January 29, 2005
adjective: a term accidentally used by a certain Philadelphia radio star in place of the word "awesome".
Example sentence: "Man, that movie was AWESOME!"
New and improved sentence: "Man, that movie was OFFICE!"
by Miss Julie June 27, 2006

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