Last modified on 23 May 2014, at 00:39

amazeballs

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

amaze +‎ balls

AdjectiveEdit

amazeballs (comparative more amazeballs, superlative most amazeballs)

  1. (slang) Amazing.
    • 2010, Bill Rancic & Giuliana Rancic, I Do, Now What?: Secrets, Stories, and Advice from a Madly-in-Love Couple, Ballantine Books (2010), ISBN 9780345525154, page 16:
      Giuliana: Speak for yourself, Rancic. I can run in heels like no other; it's amazeballs!
    • 2011, Jessica Rudd, Ruby Blues, The Text Publishing Company (2011), ISBN 9781922079046, unnumbered page:
      'Chief said she'd like me to be there to support you because one of the advancers has appendicitis. This is going to be amazeballs!'
    • 2012, Kari Chapin, Grow Your Handmade Business: How to Envision, Develop, and Sustain a Successful Creative Business, Storey Publishing (2012), ISBN 9781603429894, page 45:
      As a bonus, [since starting my business] I've met more likeminded, creative, passionate, unique, amazeballs folks.
    • 2012, Heather Rutman, The Girl's Guide to Depravity: How to Get Laid Without Getting Screwed, Running Press (2012), ISBN 9780762445356, unnumbered page:
      He always notices your new shoes and knows how much you spent on them and never seems to notice when you've gained a few pounds, only that your tits look “amazeballs!”
      So when he starts groping said amazeballs tits and shoving his tongue down your throat [...]
    • 2012, Michelle Ward, "My Hero, Deirdre (or the one who taught me not to 'pimp'", in End Sex Trafficking: Let's Be Impossible to Ignore (ed. Erin Giles), EMG Studios (2012), ISBN 9780985780104, page 123:
      See what I mean about her being such an amazeballs educator? Making the world a better place—that's my hero and friend, Deirdre.