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rasposnik

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a place to learn and get an education
    Example Sentence: It is time to go to the rasposnik!
    Submitted by: Elaine from Indiana on 04/08/2008 06:34

rasty

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: tattered, yucky, and kind of gross
    Word History: really and nasty
    Example Sentence: The dirty dishes are rasty!
    Submitted by: Sycamore from Virginia, U.S.A. on 09/04/2008 12:34

rasuplex

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: to be intimidated by someone's radiance and/or beauty
    Word History: slang
    Example Sentence: I was rasuplexed by her when she walked into the room.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from Virginia on 07/09/2007 02:13

ratamunges

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a huge rat
    Example Sentence: I saw a ratamunges under the dumpster.
    Submitted by: Kristjan from PA, USA on 01/03/2013 07:11

ratine

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: like a rat in some way
    Example Sentence: That cat's tail is very ratine!
    Submitted by: Ashley from IA, USA on 02/05/2008 07:49

rationalamity

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a lack of food
    Example Sentence: The rationalamity struck the country hard.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from Seoul, South Korea on 04/11/2008 05:23

ratsome

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: very gross
    Example Sentence: The ratsome smell of the sewer made her sick to her stomach.
    Submitted by: Keith from VA on 02/23/2009 11:21

ravighetti

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a mix of ravioli and spaghetti
    Example Sentence: I love eating ravighetti for dinner.
    Submitted by: Steven from NJ, USA on 10/11/2013 08:55

raw

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: being cool and awesome
    Example Sentence: That party was raw.
    Submitted by: Pretty Princess from IL on 11/25/2007 09:09

rawberry

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: an unripened berry
    Word History: combined "raw" and "strawberry"
    Example Sentence: There is a rawberry on the counter.
    Submitted by: Monica from NY, USA on 05/31/2011 10:39