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queef - Something that squirts out, usually a bit nasty. ("Queef" also has a coarser meaning.)

e.g., Ugh, I hate those little packets of ketchup you get at MickyDee's. The last one queefed all over me.

submitted by Carlos Coutinho

queego - Could we go.

e.g., Queego Dairy Queen?

submitted by Jessie

queen bean - Someone who is very pale and fat. From a Ren and Stimpy episode. "What is that ugly white slab in my can of beans?"

e.g., I suggested Bob go to the beach with me, but the queen bean turned me down.

submitted by Mila Eighteen

queer eye - To have a good eye for fashion when you're a guy and still like girls.

e.g., Bob has a queer eye for the color of my prom dress.

submitted by Taylor Sherman

queerball - Someone who just isn't quite right.

e.g., "Why's he doing that?" "Beats me, must be some kind of queerball."

submitted by talisman

queerdo, quierdo - Freakishly strange person.

e.g., Chris stuck a banana up his nose -- trying to be a queerdo, I guess.

submitted by jesi - (www)

queerulous - Querulous. Part of Speech: Adjective Meaning: Whiny, grumbling, continually complaining about everything.

e.g., My experience is that most of the people I've met in that particular class were queerulous. And that includes several close relatives -- close genetically, but not closein terms of time spent together.

submitted by Miss Speller

queerwater - The name of a health spa off the west coast of Florida, same as the odd curative springs which bubble from the depths of the gulf.

e.g., They claim that you can be cured of any sort of queerness by drinking and marinating in genuine pure queerwater, available only at Queerwater Spa.

submitted by Paul Edic - (www)

queery - A question to ascertain one's sexual orientation.

e.g., John disliked being asked a queery -- he didn't feel it should matter.

submitted by Craig Dodge

quelsh - To go out of turn in a game, such as cards. To play a card before the previous player has ended her turn.

e.g., Doug doesn't like it when his opponents quelsh while he is still looking at his cards.

submitted by Doug Nasalroad

queltt - The lowest point on your body that your pants can sag without falling off or needing a belt.

e.g., Derrick's queltt was a full 9 inches lower than Tim's queltt was, despite the fact that they are the same height.

submitted by Adam

quemma - (Pronounced to rhyme with SWAY-ma; n.) A proposed mark of punctuation comprised of a question mark "?" above a comma (,) so as to allow a question mark in the middle of a sentence rather than having to wait for the tell-tale punctuation a the end. This would also allow a series of questions without having to capitalize after each. [A combination (sort of) of "Question" and "Comma."]

e.g., Assume that the question marks in the following sentence are quemmas: So, are you in favor of new punctuation? expanding the usages of existing punctuation? or just keeping the status quo?

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

quenace - (rhymes with Dennis)literal-time lag between when the surface of a body of water is first seen to darken and when the wind finally reaches you. metaphorical-any brief timelag.

e.g., There was a slow quenace and then the boat began to rock.

submitted by Averil E Fink

quenchville - Like a restful, relaxing spot under a shade tree, with a refreshing glass of ice tea. :-)

e.g., In the summertime, the maple trees and the lawn chair sure do make for Quenchville.

submitted by Donna Williams

quenchy - (adj.) 1. Thirst-quenching; 2. of or pertaining to the drink you crave most when you're thirsty. (n.) 3. A thirst-quenching break; and, by derivation, 4. a drink taken in extreme thirst. (Quenchier, quenchiest.) [Coined in Avatar: The Last Airbender, Season 2, Episode 11 "The Desert," by Sokka, who, in his desperate thirst, has drunk the hallucinogenic juice of a lone cactus.]

e.g., "Drink cactus juice: It'll quench ya! Nothing's quenchier! It's the quenchiest!"

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth - (www)

queriee - The recipient of a query.

e.g., Bob, who issued the query was the querier. Sandra, the recipient, was the queriee.

submitted by Mark Lee - (www)

querk - Vowelly speaking between a quark and a quirk, so, a quirky quark.

e.g., As the amateur science bizzos compared notes, string theory seemed to make a quark behave more like a querk.

submitted by steve zihlavsky

question mark kid - A kid about whom little is known -- specifically, one who may have problems fitting in. From mass murderer Cho Seung-Hu who killed at least 32 people and himself at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, Virginia, on April 16, 2007. Cho will remain the question mark kid forever.

e.g., April 17, 2007: Classmates said that on the first day of an introduction to British literature class last year, the 30 or so English students went around and introduced themselves. When it was Cho's turn, he didn't speak. The professor looked at the sign-in sheet and, where everyone else had written their names, Cho had written a question mark. "Is your name, 'Question mark?'" classmate Julie Poole recalled the professor asking. The young man offered little response. Cho spent much of that class sitting in the back of the room, wearing a hat and seldom participating. In a small department, Cho distinguished himself for being anonymous. "He didn't reach out to anyone. He never talked," Poole said. "We just really knew him as ," Poole said.

submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

question marx - What you call someone who makes every sentence a question.

e.g., Art: Can you believe that Cher will be on tour soon? Bob: No! Art. You want to come to a concert with me? Bob: Yes! Art: I just collected a new CD -- can you believe it? Bob: (haw, haw) Question Marx!

submitted by Star651

questrogen - The search for the perfect woman

e.g., He is on a never-ending Questrogen.

submitted by Jeff Stratton

quibberdick - A nasty sort of quibbler.

e.g., I'd have been here sooner but I ran into a quibberdick at the bank.

submitted by HD Fowler

quice - The fourth time.

e.g., Once, twice, thrice, quice. That's quite enough for this week.

submitted by Cian Connolly

quiche - Used as an adjective to disparage things that are effiminate or quintessentially preppie.

e.g., Chris, your shoes are quiche.

submitted by Todd M. Bass

quick goat thinking - The process of ultra-fast problem solving in a dire situation. Others cannot comprehend how you achieved the results.

e.g., I used my quick goat thinking when my car wouldn't start. I bypassed the key start and used a screwdriver to short out the terminals on my starter.

submitted by dragan - (www)

quickle - Quick and couple in one word.

e.g., Ill do it in a quickle seconds.

submitted by Keith

quicklier - Sooner than now.

e.g., I need it done quicklier. The deadline was yesterday.

submitted by Andrew Nelson - (www)

quickstyle - Quickly, but more fun to say.

e.g., I'm going to quickstyle finish my work; then we can go to lunch.

submitted by Ana

quid pro dough - Something for something, same as quid pro quo. However, with quid pro dough an actual exchange of money takes place -- the second party returns a "favor" because she's been paid to do so. Title of a New York Post article published on April 21, 2015, about Bill and Hillary Clinton.   

e.g., When JJJ asked his great-aunt Mary Massey how voters in his home county voted, she said, "About a third vote Democrat, a third vote Republican, and a third sell their votes." "Quid pro dough for the third group, eh?" "You got it. Just more straightforwardly than we usually see."

submitted by [Brent Scher, New York Post] - (www)

quiddy - Etymology: Drunken attempt to say "cute" and "pretty" at the same time. 1. Describing an attractive young woman who, if not wearing a sundress, could nonetheless tastefully succeed in doing so. 2. A woman possessing said qualities.

e.g., It was the first genuine spring day of the year, and the arboretum was teeming with quiddies. (Contributor's note: An alternate etymology cites Latin roots, attributed to Antony saying of Cleopatra: "Quiddima maxima est." However, this is considered apocryphal in most scholarly circles.

submitted by adam thorsell

quidjibo - A word that Bart Simpson invented during a game of scrabble.

e.g., Look at my monkey. It's of the quidjibo variety.

submitted by Tristan Penman - (www)

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