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To be stoked This is a US slang word, which is an adjective that means to be really enthusiastic, excited or exhilarated about something. To be stoked means there is no limit to what you can do. Example: She was stoked to get the job. Check out this funny video about getting stoked: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=QgXObaM9i2Q

Word of the week

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Flabbergasted This is the adjective form of the verb to flabbergast, which means to be appalled, overcome with amazement, shock or bewilderment. Example: I was flabbergasted by Miley Cyrus’s twerking performance at the MTV music awards. It was totally outrageous- what do you think? When you see someone who is flabbergasted about something, it can […]

Word of the week

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To have or get itchy feet This word has nothing to do with a medical condition. It means to have a strong or irresistible impulse to travel. For example: I had been living in San Francisco for 5 years when I got itchy feet and I moved to Barcelona for a year. What does itchy […]