On stan twitter, it is a codeword for 'suspend' or 'suspended', especially for another account. When locals say it, it is a euphemism for shit.
I can't believe the soldier fandom just tried to s word camila cabello for retweeting a tweet about blackpink.
by appariently August 11, 2019
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this word is used on stan twitter to say that their account got suspened
Exapmle: my main account got s worded oomfs..
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s = simp
twitch streamers aren't allowed to say simp, so they use s word instead.

you're a simp!

dude you're gonna get banned

oh fuck, you're an S WORD
by technoblade says BRUHHHHHHHHHH December 21, 2020
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Used as a euphemistic reference to the word sh*t without actually saying it.
I can't believe he said the S-word in front of me!
by Matthew678 February 16, 2019
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a lazy form for sorry ....
instead of just sayin sorry...
hey dude wats this obsession wid the s word...
luk buddy um completely against the s word.
by aks514 October 14, 2005
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(informal) (v) to "swear on your mother's life" -- stating something that is true because if it was false, then you'd be offering up your own mother for death
A: Honestly, I didn't break that window!
B: I don't believe you!
A: Bro, word(s) to my mother!
by SovietFanWomble November 26, 2018
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Basically a phrase meant to piss people off. If you think about it, many words can fit between "U" and "BRO?", with the most common outcome of "UMADBRO?", indeed one of the most annoying phrases in history. Women may be offended by this, most likely due because they are not male, however if you ask something like say "UMADSIS?" it just wouldn´t sound right. Be advised to use "BRO?" instead of "SIS?" to prevent yourself from looking like a total dickhead.
John smells something coming from the bathroom. He knocks on the door.

Sarah: I´ll be out in a minute!
Sarah: What the fuck?!

Mike: The only thing left to watch is Jersey Shore
John: Uh huh
Mike: I got to admit Pauly is cute

Liz: My dog died
John: Feel sorry for ya
Liz starts crying.

Try to make up your own combinations with U‹Insert word(s)›BRO?, but use it in appropiate situations, like the ones above.
by I´mYoGrandpaSoListenUp February 24, 2012
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