The intended meaning of a word by the user
His connotation of cool was very different from the foriegn exchange student's understanding as "
lack of heat."
by Dictionaree October 29, 2005
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(of a word) imply or suggest (an idea or feeling) in addition to the literal or primary meaning.
"the term ‘modern science’ usually connotes a complete openness to empirical testing
by pushit#up December 13, 2014
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A portmanteau of the words con and cannot (itself a contraction of can not). Connot describes the inability or incapacity to do something, but dubiously.
A: Can you pass me my food from the fridge?
B(having eaten said food earlier on without A’s knowledge): Connot, it has since disappeared.
by AgB1320 July 18, 2018
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One who is a conservative that conflates issues and/or confuses constructive conversation with conspiracy and contradictions. The opposite of a moderator, such as Rush Limbaugh or Sean Hannity that the Republican candidates for president would rather have as the hosts to question them in debates.
Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity and their like are connotators.
by deepseer November 3, 2015
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a condition which is reached when an extremely annoying person is in your presense, and is so annoying, that other people in your presense start to dislike you, because of the presense of the annoying, especially when the person who is now disliking you more because of the prense of this annoying person
"it's such a social connotation when the delivery guy talks about porn in front of my wife."

"i swear she was going to give me her number, but, then the bar tender had to strike up a conversation about hemroids. it was just such a social connotation; ruined my chances"
by protocoldroid June 17, 2004
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Fluctuating Connotative Stress refers to the phenomenon of changing the stressed word to change the meaning of a sentence.

"She" doesn’t like him - that specific woman doesn’t like him

She "doesn’t" like him - to confirm she is not interested in him

She doesn’t "like" him - implying that she feels a different emotion towards him

She doesn’t like "him" - indicating she likes someone else
Fluctuating Connotative Stress refers to the phenomenon of changing the stressed word to change the meaning of a sentence.

Created by Jaime Nicolaou, Basree Arif, Ms Erin Mahar
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known as a strong breed of human, also very awesome and badass but still a nerd
"Man you're so connot, this is why i love you."
by J3ffy45 November 30, 2016
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