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Lettris is a curious tetris-clone game where all the bricks have the same square shape but different content. Each square carries a letter. To make squares disappear and save space for other squares you have to assemble English words (left, right, up, down) from the falling squares.


Boggle gives you 3 minutes to find as many words (3 letters or more) as you can in a grid of 16 letters. You can also try the grid of 16 letters. Letters must be adjacent and longer words score better. See if you can get into the grid Hall of Fame !

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English thesaurus is mainly derived from The Integral Dictionary (TID).
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street name - rhyming slang[Spéc.]

argotique (fr)[Rel.Pr.]

argotier, argotiste, argotologue (fr) - slangfalar gírias, insultar com linguagem xula[Dérivé]

square, straightantiquado - besotted, blind drunk, blotto, cockeyed, crocked, fuddled, loaded, pie-eyed, pissed, pixilated, plastered, slopped, sloshed, smashed, soaked, soused, sozzled, squiffy, stiff, tight, wetencharcado, maluco, pirado - can-do - freaky - uncool - grotty - some - meanexcelente, mau, vil - bolshy, stroppy - pint-size, pint-sized, runty, sawed-off, sawn-off - slam-bang - clean, plum, plumb - drop-dead - bite - heist, rip-offassalto, exploração - shakedown - square-bashing - shakedown - caff - deck - gat, rodcanal, estreito, revólver - dreck, schlock, shlock - cert - legs, tow legs - niff, pongfedor - corker - applesauce, hooey, poppycock, stuff, stuff and nonsensedisparates, tolices - baloney, bilge, bilgewater, boloney, bosh, bull, claptrap, cobblers, drool, foolishness, hogwash, humbug, rigmarole, taradiddle, tarradiddle, tommyrot, tosh, tripe, twaddleasneira, estupidez, mexerico - applesauce, codswallop, folderol, rubbish, trash, tripe, trumpery, wish-washfolharada - bunfight, bun-fight - burnup - nosh-up - 'hood - airhead - babe, baby, sistermoça - bad egg - boffin - good egg - guvnor - old man - out-and-outer - schlockmeister, shlockmeister - squeeze - juice - big bucks, big money, bundle, megabucks, pile, wealthfortuna, sorte - key - juice - heebie-jeebies, jitters, screaming meemiesnervosismo, tensão - bitch - give - buy it, pip out - feel - hoof - chuck, ditch - bunk off, cut a class, cut class, miss school, play hooky, play truantfazer gazeta, gazetear, matar aula - swiz - power trip, voltage trip - ass, fuck, fucking, nookie, nooky, piece of ass, piece of tail, roll in the hay, screw, screwing, shag, shtupfoda, trepada, xibiu, xiri, xoxota - blowjob, cock suckingboquete, chupada, felação - hand job, hand-job, jacking off, jerking off, wank - dekko - bennie, Benzedrine - cat, Caterpillarlagarta, trator de lagarta - Mickey Finn - nickcadeia, presídio, prisão - body, cadaver, clay, corpse, remains, stiffcadáver, corpo, defunto, enchido, restos mortais - soup-strainer, toothbrush - arse, arsehole, asshole, bungholeânus, cuzão, rabo - bay window, corporation, pot, potbelly, tummybarriga - blue movie, skin flickfilme pornô, pornô - dibs - hood - palefacecara-pálida - poor white trash, white trashWhite trash - honkey, honkie, honky, whitey - gook, slant-eye - Injun, red man, Redskinpele-vermelha - hymie, kike, sheeny, yidjudeu - Chinaman, chinkchinês - dago, ginzo, greaseball, Guinea, wopgringo, hispano-americano, ítalo-americano, luso-americano - Jap, Nip - spic, spick, spik - Boche, Hun, Jerry, Kraut, Krauthead - butch, dike, dykefufa, sapatão - suit - tripper - baddie, villainvilão, Vilões - wog - skinful - the shits, the trots - butch[Domaine]

argot (n.) • calão (n.m.) • cant (n.) • gíria (n.f.) • gobbledegook (n.) • gobbledygook (n.) • jargão (n.m.) • jargon (n.) • lingo (n.) • patois (n.) • shoptalk (n.) • slang (n.) • technical jargon (n.) • vernacular (n.)