shizzle


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shizzle

(ˈʃɪzəl)
adj
for sure; certainly; without question
n
a form of slang popularized by US rap musicians in which the trailing syllables of certain words are replaced by the suffix -izzle
[C21: a phonetic blend of sure + izzle]
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You're going to be probably seeing in the last quarter of this year the best brownie mix you have ever tasted with CBD in it." Fo' shizzle.
In the English version, a total of 276,663 words are legally playable -- and they have kept up with the times, with such words as shizzle, lolz, geocache, chillax, beatbox, hashtag, joypad, selfie and vlog all now allowed.
In the British version, a total of 276,663 words are legally playable - and they have kept up with the times, with such words as shizzle, lolz, geocache, chillax, beatbox, hashtag, joypad, selfie and vlog all now being legal.
He first appeared on her show in 2008, putting cognac in his mashed potatoes, teaching her the phrase "fo shizzle." A year later, they made brownies with green sprinkles and a wink and a nod, because those green sprinkles stood for an altogether different green substance.
Fo' shizzle! Not only has the rap artist Snoop Dogg been an outspoken proponent of the cannabis industry for years, but he's also an avid "potrepeneur."
This everyday shizzle is what will help to heal us.
Projekt's Newcastle launch will feature BCM residents PBH &Jack Shizzle in the main room and JamDJ and friends in room two.
The YouTube channel dubbed "Funny 4 Shizzle" spotlights African American comedians.
Or the usual mass-drone shizzle that wasjust bed-wettingly brilliant for a geek like me.
fo' shizzle (adjective): This slang term originated in the language of rap and hip-hop and means 'for sure.' [2001].
The word is one of 500 new entries, including "twitterati" (describing users of the social media service), and "fo' shizzle" (meaning "for sure"), added to the dictionary.