# Perpendiculate

The act of becoming perpendicular to something, usually the floor.
My alarm kept going off this morning but I just couldn't gather enough energy to perpendiculate myself.
by Nick S December 6, 2004
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## perpendiculation

1. The field between two lines that are not paralell.
2. Activity within such a field.
1. The perpendiculation between the two avenues is occupied by a vacant lot at the tip and a residential area at its base.
2. The perpendiculation of the speedometer indicates the vehicular acceleration and deceleration.
by Julian Steptoe November 5, 2007
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## perpendiculous

The word was first coined in a Math class. It is usually used to refuse the fact that a pair of lines are perpendicular to each other.
A: Finally, I know how to prove those lines perpendicular to each other.
B: No way!!!
A: Look for yourself.
B: Yeah, I see. They're perpendiculous.
by Keen Lam Nguyen August 22, 2008
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## perpendiculous

A person directly from you who is a dick, ridiculous, and thinks their perfect.
This perpendiculous guy is about to get me pissed off.
by Clenton March 9, 2017
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## perpendiculous

The state of not being able to snap to a perpendicular line in CAD software when you know it should.
Hey, this lines perpendiculous - it wont snap.
by xybercideon November 23, 2004
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## perpendiculous

Extremely or absurdly straight either spatially or in lidestyle. Derived from combining perpendicular and ridiculous.
He was so perpendiculous that he would not take a small glass of wine as a toast.
by Peter Chuck November 27, 2007
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## Perpendiculated

being a big confused
by LordDoggo September 25, 2020
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