The sense of aroggance and style shown when attempting a social climbing feat
"See him? he thinks he's pure gallus"
A term of faux endearment said from one person to another. Usually said either because the person saying it does not know who they are talking to or used to fit into a certain social group. Usually associated with media types.
This word has been banned from the National Opera House in London due to its overuse.
Person A -"Dahling, that was simply magical, we must do lunch and work together on something for the near future!"
Person B -"Of course, I simply love your work dahling, we would compliment each other as the day follows night"
Years later...Nothing comes to pass of it.
Someone from Edinburgh in Scotland within the UK. Not from the Leith area though. Usually used as an attack on someone - due to the lack of Scots that live in Edinburgh.
See that twunt over there, he's an Edinburger, gets the train here from Edinburgh everyday.
To read with great haste yet retain all information, sentence structure and relevance.
Derived from the main character in the film Short Circuit
"What you read War and Peace on your Lunchbreak?"
"Yeah, I Johnny fived it!"
To act as if a foregone conclusion is in motion without any evidence so suggest so (etymology: 'Don't put all your eggs in one basket')
The interview went really well, but I'm not going to eggbaskefy it!!
n.- Low growly noises made to express utter disdain with another person's very existence (Source - Count Longardeaux's Strong Badian Jerktionary Fo' My Own Words!)
If Hey Steve shows up I don't want to be held accountable for whatever gutterance I will undoubtedly make.
Shortened version of 'Outside of' which originated in Scotland as 'Ootwith'. Being a principle word of self-referential encoding it doesn't appear in any 'English' dictionary as it would no longer be 'Outwith' it anymore.
I'm sorry Madam, programming a neuromate robot to alter the 5HT3 update in the Dorsel Horn of the Hippocampus is outwith my knowledge as a plumber.