just a fancy way of juxtaposing two words, letters, or syllables that already belong together
gluteus to the maximus = gluteus maximus

t to the i to the double grr = tigger

meredith to the mitchell = fugly to the slut
by George Washington Christ December 22, 2004
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-Compliment.
-Phrase meaning someone or something is good to look at it.
-Not painful to look at because its some-what decent looking and figuratively won't "blind" you if you see it.
-When used towards a person, can be applied to either male or female.
Ex. Some of the celebrities mentioned in People magazine's annual "Sexiest People" lists could also be called easy on the eyes since they're supposedly good-looking.
by LoganLesnarMarvel August 24, 2005
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when someone holds up two fingers symbolizing "peace" when leaving an establishment, "deuces" is often said.
roscoe: ite, shan'quenetta see y'all tomorrow.
shan'quenetta: ite, deuces!*holds two fingers up*
by choozyoozy April 05, 2003
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Ableism is the discrimination or prejudice against people who have disabilities. Ableism can take the form of ideas and assumptions, stereotypes, attitudes and practices, physical barriers in the environment, or larger scale oppression. It is oftentimes unintentional and most people are completely unaware of the impact of their words or actions.
The thought that people with disabilities are dependent and require the care and support of someone else is an example of ableism. Sometimes this comes out in the form of people helping people with disabilities without asking them if they need assistance (and of course waiting the affirmative response).

Another example would be in designing spaces, places, events, information, communication, and technology without considering the variety of needs of people with disabilities. For example, a building that is built to code can still be technically inaccessible if the ramp is around the back of the building or if there is no automatic door opener installed.
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Scottish usage:
a) Someone who (sometimes unwittingly) by speech or action demonstrates a lack of knowledge or misconception of a particular subject or situation to the amusement of others.

b) A good humoured admonition, a term of endearment

c) A reckless, absent minded or unwise person
a) "No. That wisnae wit she meant, ya big numpty!"

b) i.e. "Silly billy", "You big dafty"

c) "That numpty's driving with no lights on!"
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Kitty (kit'e) n: Soft, cute, playful with fangs and claws.
Nonono Mini Me. We do not gnaw on our kitty. Just love him, stroke him. Muhaha Muhahaha Muhahahaha!!!!!
-Dr. Evil
by Chip- A.K.A. Dr. Evil March 15, 2004
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Me: why?
Person: .....why what?
Me: Just, why?
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