What does lame sauce mean?

What does lame sauce mean?

Lamesauce meaning Filters. (slang) Something that is undesirable or detrimental. noun. (slang) An expression of frustration or disappointment.

What is another term for lame?

limping, hobbling. incapacitated, debilitated, infirm, deformed, maimed, defective. informal gammy.

Which part of speech is lame?

As detailed above, ‘lame’ can be an adjective, a verb or a noun. Adjective usage: a lame leg, arm or muscle. Adjective usage: He had a really lame excuse for missing the birthday party.

What is another word for cheesy?

What is another word for cheesy?

cheap inferior
shabby tawdry
unpleasant worthless
substandard duff
dreadful unsatisfactory

What is able bodied?

English Language Learners Definition of able-bodied : having a healthy and strong body : physically fit. See the full definition for able-bodied in the English Language Learners Dictionary. able-bodied. adjective. able-bod·​ied | \ ˌā-bəl-ˈbä-dēd \

When did lame become slang?

This usage was first recorded in 1942, according to the OED, which labels it “slang” and says it originated in the US. One OED citation quotes the linguist William Labov, who wrote in his book Language in the Inner City (1972): “To be lame means to be outside of the central group and its culture.”

What does lame boy mean?

The definition of lame is being physically disabled causing a limp or something that is weak and unsatisfactory. An example of lame is a person who has trouble walking.

What does it mean when something is tacky?

1 : not having or exhibiting good taste: such as. a : marked by cheap showiness : gaudy a tacky publicity stunt a tacky outfit. b : marked by lack of style : dowdy.

What is another word for lovey dovey?

What is another word for lovey dovey?

fond infatuated
obsessed entranced
hooked lovesick
amorous longing
crazy lovelorn

What can I say instead of able-bodied?

2. Words to use and avoid

Avoid Use
cripple, invalid disabled person
spastic person with cerebral palsy
able-bodied non-disabled
mental patient, insane, mad person with a mental health condition

Why you shouldn’t use lame?

With time, this use of lame was abandoned in favor of new terms that had not (yet) acquired such undesirable connotations and were therefore considered less offensive, such as handicapped. But by the 1980s, many abandoned handicapped for disabled, or, influenced by the “people first” movement, people with disabilities.