New vocabulary

by grookey
New words I learn mostly from movies.
(558 terms)
term Description
acquaintance He's not really a friend. He's more like an acquaintance.
baffled
bogus
bribe
bushwhack
crawl back
dotty
far-fetched
gig
lovelorn
gullible
measly
numb
petty
quibble
relentless
spry
stake Our very lives can be at stake.
swine
wallow
harbormaster
shipyard
aft I can't tell the aft from the stern.
stern I can't tell the aft from the stern.
lapdog You're such a little lapdog.
pop Why can't they find her pops, man?
shudder I shudder to think.
thaw out That's no big deal, Sid. You'll thaw out.
wallow I can't wallow in the grief process forever.
woozy I'm feeling a little woozy here.
peer Peer pressure. I'm far too sensitive.
forfeiture Any systematised transmission indicating intelligent origin must be investigated on penalty of total forfeiture of shares.
hull Is the hull breached?
hatch An organism. Open the hatch.
hasty Let's not be too hasty.
collate As I said, I'm still collating.
jeopardize Maybe I've jeopardised the rest of us, but it was a risk I was willing to take.
smother I remember some horrible dream about smothering.
stiff In general, dolls branded for girls are stiff—they can move their arms and legs at best, and handheld accessories look uncanny in their ever rigid hands.
albeit These famous dollhouses, albeit luxurious and detailed, had boring to death structures.
akin At that moment, the big doll hides in the closet and the small one comes out of a shelf, implying a transformation akin to Alice’s.
prowess Now that Polly is tiny, she can “go there” to show off her skating prowess!
plaid I'm dreaming of a plaid Christmas, completely unlike the ones I used to know.
scavenger
ravage
shatter
grapple They grapple each other in a savage melee.
pervade especially as the wave of on-the-nose systemic metaphors keeps pervading the medium’s fetishes
debunk It is hard, however, to draw the line in regard to the so-called political games since they openly reproduce such systems to debunk them afterwards.
misbegotten And well, this isn’t a misbegotten premise in and of itself, but leads to some serious problems when it comes to boy geniuses.
savvy And as much as the aforementioned notions of savvy design are shaped by these technocrats (...)
thoroughly In fact, the game as a whole, as you may have already guessed, is thoroughly embroiled in the roots of late capitalism.
embroil In fact, the game as a whole, as you may have already guessed, is thoroughly embroiled in the roots of late capitalism.
inasmuch Videogame’s political consciousness appears to be neglected in general, with notable exceptions proving the rule inasmuch as they’re forced to grow on the outskirts.
chatterbox Boy, that guy was a real chatterbox, wasn't he?
frantic Because the pace is so frantic, every choice you make has to matter a lot.
weasel The guy's a weasel.
laid-back Oh, so your laid-back, natural lifestyle is one of your secrets to your appeal...
bellhop Oh, so you can't go to Vegas, but she can fuck a bellhop on a Carnival Curise Line?
gross out Yeah, I do believe that because she's grossed out by semen.
frown upon It's not illegal, it's frowned upon, like masturbating on an airplane.
quaint No, it's so quaint.
denial Wow. He's in denial.
rack Ma'am, in the leopard dress, you have an amazing rack.
fudge up I'm sorry, I fudged up, guys.
hath Consider God's handwork: who can straighten what He hath made crooked?
crooked Consider God's handwork: who can straighten what He hath made crooked?
tamper I not only think that we will tamper with Mother Nature, I think Mother Nature wants us to.
second to none A genetic quotient second to none.
burden Your child doesn't need any additional burdens.
guise In the guise of Jerome Morrow, I have risen quickly through the ranks of Gattaca.
ploy A ploy to get me cooking again.
overweening Some sort of overweening pride, I suppose.
fatten up Fatten that baby up.
bear up He simply bears up, and he does it because he's a man.
hunch Your hunch was right.
gambit Walt says he's not going anywhere so that's a really brilliant gambit on my part.
dreck As long as it's that ridiculous Chili P or some other dreck but don't even think abour using my formula.
ram I say we just ram him.
nab They nab me... I make a deal to give up the great Heisenberg and his million-dollar drug ring.
hoax Arriving at the hospital, I learned the emergency call was a hoax.
gander Well, take a gander. Prices are negotiable.
wang Stop a bullet like a soft wang against a Quaker girl. Ain't getting through.
bone Told you. Dude's totally boning us.
spillage Well, what about spillage?
swatter This is a swatter.
shuttle We're making meth here, all right? Not space shuttles.
turd Did you know that there's an acceptable level of rat turds that get into candy bars?
sling They goy Tomás slinging.
hearsay That's hearsay. Do you have any proof?
yawp A yawp is yell.
doff Well, I doff my proverbial cap to you, sir.
gulf That last 3 percent... it may not sound like a lot, but it is. It's a tremendous gulf.
stud Dad, you're such a stud. How much did you win exactly?
jibe That's pretty rare these days but it does jibe with the blue stuff I've been tracking.
mitt No, no, no. You keep your mitts off me. I'm good. I'm good.
bona fide Now, this Gale Boetticher is a bona fide chemistry genius.
wazoo I mean, he's got degrees up the wazoo, right?
snot-nose I'm talking to some snot-nose lawyer who's asking me for my badge number.
napkin That napkin.
dunce These guys usually get a dunce to pull the trigger, right?
fodder This is all good fodder for you to request a sit-down with Gus so you can discuss what you would say for questioning.
maverick The guy has gone totally maverick. He's Miss Daisy with binoculars.
scram Guys, go, go, go. Scram.
rile up Yeah, speaking of things that tend to rile you up... the police, they may call.
shrug off I will not have my children living in a house where dealing drugs and hurting people and killing people is shrugged off as "shit happens".
bide Hold on, bide my time and wait.
sloppy Even by cop standards, this is sloppy.
uptight Look, she didn't seem crazy to me, you know? She just seem, like, uptight.
mope around Hey, man, look at the sad sack I found moping around the lobby.
fester I'm glad you're on it. That's not something you wanna let fester.
suss out I say we keep listening, suss out how much time we have.
skid row We hit skid row, the Crystal Palace, all the halfway houses, scrounge up about a dozen skells, put them to work smurfing cold pills.
scrounge We hit skid row, the Crystal Palace, all the halfway houses, scrounge up about a dozen skells, put them to work smurfing cold pills.
skell We hit skid row, the Crystal Palace, all the halfway houses, scrounge up about a dozen skells, put them to work smurfing cold pills.
smurf We hit skid row, the Crystal Palace, all the halfway houses, scrounge up about a dozen skells, put them to work smurfing cold pills.
piddling Well, maybe we better talk about it a little more because what it sounds like you're telling me, Mike,  is that from now on we have no choice but to do this piddling pseudo cook so that we can pay back your guys.
quandary Walter, I've got a bit of a quandary here.
quiver The poor man can't spend a few minutes with his granddaughter without you guys quivering in the bushes and peeping through your binoculars.
ripcord Whatever you got planned, you best pull the ripcord while you still have a chance.
tepid Yours is just some tepid off-brand, generic cola.
squander And what, you wanna squander that potential?
brass tacks Brass tacks. Okay, my job is to advise and my advice is, come on, already.
scabby To whom? A bunch of scabby Arizona tweakers?
rake in But apparently Jesse is raking it in.
crank up Maybe I can get him cranked up enough that he starts yapping.
yap Maybe I can get him cranked up enough that he starts yapping.
tick away So I'm looking all around, because I know we're not done but the gallons are slowly ticking away.
reel I was reeling from a cancer diagnosis that was poised to bankrupt my family.
poise I was reeling from a cancer diagnosis that was poised to bankrupt my family.
rinse off I could have rinsed off at the station.
brimming with Just brimming with advice.
ruthless Hey, Walt's ruthless.
skimp Don't skimp on family, that's what I always say.
barge in I'm sorry to just barge in on you like this but I was hoping that I could have a moment to talk with you.
simmer down Whoa, simmer down there, sparky.
galore Last week’s episode was a Leone movie, I saw someone remark on Twitter—outsized drama, heightened style, breathless suspense, posturing galore
soothe Maybe that soothes some troubled waters.
nil On the TV front, the reception's pretty much nil.
flue The flue can be tricky.
stove Know how to work the stove?
wheedle Later he wheedles Lydia into accepting this as a tolerable level of risk, as opposed to a more permanent solution, which she would no doubt prefer.
have a gander Take a look at him. Have a gander.
bewildering The first thing we see in that pilot is a bewildering flash-forward to a moment of absurd crisis.
henpecked How, we wonder as the show settles into its premise-setting after the cold open, are we going to get from Walter White, henpecked husband, humiliated car wash employee, and underpaid teacher, to a pantless, gas-masked figure waving a gun on a desert road?
irretrievably That quotation also functions as a switch that sets in motion, irretrievably, the gears that will bring us to these final moments.
plea And when he finally confronts Uncle Jack’s gang at their compound, his sickly appearance and pathetic plea to sell them a new blue-meth process convince them that he’s no threat.
set out When I set out for Lyonnesse,/A hundred miles away,/The rime was on the spray,/And starlight lit my lonesomeness [Thomas Hardy]
rime When I set out for Lyonnesse,/A hundred miles away,/The rime was on the spray,/And starlight lit my lonesomeness [Thomas Hardy]
lonesomeness When I set out for Lyonnesse,/A hundred miles away,/The rime was on the spray,/And starlight lit my lonesomeness [Thomas Hardy]
bechance What would bechance at Lyonnesse/While I should sojourn there/No prophet durst declare,/Nor did the wisest wizard guess [Thomas Hardy]
sojourn What would bechance at Lyonnesse/While I should sojourn there/No prophet durst declare,/Nor did the wisest wizard guess [Thomas Hardy]
durst What would bechance at Lyonnesse/While I should sojourn there/No prophet durst declare,/Nor did the wisest wizard guess [Thomas Hardy]
surmise When I returned from Lyonnesse/With magic in my eyes,/All marked with mute surmise/My radiance rare and fathomless [Thomas Hardy]
fathomless When I returned from Lyonnesse/With magic in my eyes,/All marked with mute surmise/My radiance rare and fathomless [Thomas Hardy]
strew with She wears too much the guise she wore/Before our lutes were strewn/With years-deep dust, and names we read/On a white stone were hewn.  [Thomas Hardy]
hew She wears too much the guise she wore/Before our lutes were strewn/With years-deep dust, and names we read/On a white stone were hewn.  [Thomas Hardy]
bruiser A pair of barons, referred to internally by id Software as the "bruiser brothers," star as the bosses at the end of Knee-Deep in the Dead, the first episode of Doom.
spruce Very spruce. [28 days later]
shredded Very shredded. [28 days later]
kettle Put the kettle on. [28 days later]
cope Hannah is what Frank says she is. Tough, strong, and she'll cope just like I'll cope. [28 days later]
soppy Don't just stand there, you soppy cunt! Get after them! [28 days later]
grind I grind the horrid edelwood trees into oil. [Over the garden wall]
horrid I grind the horrid edelwood trees into oil. [Over the garden wall]
burden This is my lot in life. This is my burden. [Over the garden wall]
mournful The beast haunts this woods, ever singing his mournful melody. [Over the garden wall]
give the runaround That frog's giving me the runaround. [Over the garden wall]
mollify The beast cannot be mollified like some farmer's pet! [Over the garden wall]
husking bee Hard Times at the Huskin' Bee. [Over the garden wall]
ditch How about you and I ditch your brother? [Over the garden wall]
obnoxious Hey, not to be obnoxious, but an abandoned ghost town doesn't seem like it's gonna be that useful getting you guys home. [Over the garden wall]
don Oh, pardon me there. Say, you folks ought to don your vegetables and celebrate the harvest with us. [Over the garden wall]
trample Now let me get this straight... You come to our town, you trample our crops, you interrupt our private engagement, and now you want to leave? [Over the garden wall]
crop Now let me get this straight... You come to our town, you trample our crops, you interrupt our private engagement, and now you want to leave? [Over the garden wall]
sadden Children, it saddens me that you don't wish to stay here with us, particulary because I simply have to punish you for your transgressions. [Over the garden wall]
sleuth The Last of the Gentlemen Sleuths. [Knives out]
behest I'm here at the behest of a client. [Knives out]
recede May I just, um... Then I'll recede, but... [Knives out]
chasten When you returned, you were chastened. [Knives out]
tether It's unfair of me to keep you tethered to something that isn't yours to control. [Knives out]
disservice No, I've done you a grave disservice. [Knives out]
slit Throat slit? [Knives out]
mistruth You have a regurgitative reaction to mistruthin'. [Knives out]
squibble None of these weak alibis and domestic squibbles answer your question. [Knives out]
compel It makes no damn sense. Compels me, though. [Knives out]
schmuck What a schmuck. [Knives out]
nudnik What a nudnik. [Knives out]
airtight We need to make this so airtight that the average cop will entirely dismiss you as a suspect. [Knives out]
afoot Something is afoot with this whole affair. [Knives out]
stroll I determine the arc's path, stroll leisurely to its terminus and the truth falls at my feet. [Knives Out]
bail out You're not getting bailed out, not this time. [Knives out]
heinous There is at least one truly guilty part behind it all, guilty in the true sense of acting with malice and committing a heinous crime with selfish intent. [Knives out]
hooey That is hooey. [Knives out]
scramble A vigilante is just a man lost in the scramble for his own gratification. [Batman Begins]
thrive Criminals thrive on the indulgence of society's understanding. [Batman Begins]
sniff around No more favors. Someone is sniffing around. [Batman Begins]
attain We've lost our souls to attain this peace. [The purge: Anarchy]
loose Loose talk is noose talk. [Brazil]
noose Loose talk is noose talk. [Brazil]
unwieldy Nevertheless, Mr. Helpmann, there are those who mantain that the Ministry of Information has become too large and unwieldy. [Brazil]
knock for six We're fielding all their strokes, running all of them out and pretty consistently knocking them for six. [Brazil]
shipshape We'll have everything shipshape in a jiffy. [Brazil]
jiffy We'll have everything shipshape in a jifffy. [Brazil]
up the spout The electrics here are up the spout. [Brazil]
slum it What are you doing here? Didn'd expect to see you slumming it in Records. [Brazil]
on the blink Perhaps the machine's on the blink. [Brazil]
etching Like a Rembrandt etching. [Brazil]
by the by By the by, I saw the most wonderful idea for Christmas presents at the chemist's. [Brazil]
stickler Sorry. I'm a bit of a stickler for paperwork. [Brazil]
dormant The population census has got him down as dormanted. [Brazil]
excise Security has got him down as excised. [Brazil]
nostril Where did this come from, out of your nostril? [Brazil]
doddle Faces are a doddle compared to tits and ass. [Brazil]
haste Trust in haste, regret at leisure. [Brazil]
whiz I'm a bit of a whiz on that thing. [Brazil]
sod it Sod it, it's broken. [Brazil]
elope Go on, I'm not going to elope with her. [Brazil]
chap Anyway, tidy it up, there's a good chap. [Brazil]
juggle We'll bring Mr. Tuttle and interrogate him at the same voltage as Mr. Buttle. And juggle the books in electrical banking. [Brazil]
spill the beans What, here? So that she can spill the beans inside the department? [Brazil]
unsavory I want nothing unsavory. [Brazil]
willy Put it on, big boy. I won't look at your willy. [Brazil]
bonkers You probably think I'm bonkers, right? Mad, raving. [Brazil]
lorry We should take the lorry and get away. [Brazil]
bribe A bribe for official monkeys like you. [Brazil]
scalp These helmets make your scalp itch. [Brazil]
stump I'm afraid she's upped stumps and retired to the pavilion. [Brazil]
usher This New Millennium Edition ushers in a new era for The Feynman Lectures on Physics. [The Feynman Lectures on Physics]
startling The consequences for the print version of this edition are not startling. [The Feynman Lectures on Physics]
glaze The intervening years might have glazed their memories with a euphoric tint, but about 80 percent recall Feynman’s lectures as highlights of their college years. [The Feynman Lectures on Physics]
slick You couldn’t learn to work the homework problems by attending the lectures. Feynman was too slick. [The Feynman Lectures]
creep Given the high speed at which Feynman, Leighton and Sands worked, it was inevitable that many errors crept into the first edition. [The Feynman Lectures]
goof I am not sure how I did it, but I goofed. And you goofed, too, for believing me. [The Feynman Lectures]
balk at The publisher, Addison Wesley, fixed 80 errata, but balked at fixing more because of cost. [The Feynman Lectures]
verbatim The lectures are, of course, not verbatim—they have been edited, sometimes extensively and sometimes less so. [The Feynman Lectures]
encompass The most intelligent student was unable to completely encompass everything that was in the lectures. [The Feynman Lectures]
take up At the end of the second year I had originally intended to go on, after the electricity and magnetism, by giving some more lectures on the properties of materials, but mainly to take up things like fundamental modes, … [The Feynman Lectures]
seldom The power of instruction is seldom of much efficacy except in those happy dispositions where it is almost superfluous. [Edward Gibbon]
sole Experiment is the sole judge of scientific “truth”. [The Feynman Lectures]
outline Let us now proceed with our outline, or general map, of our understanding of science today. [The Feynman Lectures]
teeming Now the drop of water extends about fifteen miles across, and if we look very closely at it we see a kind of teeming, something which no longer has a smooth appearance. [The Feynman Lectures]
jittery This means that the gas exerts a jittery force which our coarse senses. [The Feynman Lectures]
coarse This means that the gas exerts a jittery force which our coarse senses. [The Feynman Lectures]
shrink Another thing we can see from Fig. 1-4 is why ice shrinks when it melts. [The Feynman Lectures]
hoist No pulley? Don't bother. I don't have time to mess around with punks who don't hoist. Just in a real hoisting mood rn.
fan Hence, if you wish to evaporate water turn on the fan! [The Feynman Lectures]
jostle It is merely one helpless part of a jostling crowd of molecules, and in its aimless wanderings this particular chunk of matter happens to find itself in the nose. [The Feynman Lectures]
pucker The six carbons which form a ring do not form a flat ring, but a kind of “puckered” ring. [The Feynman Lectures]
lo and behold And lo and behold!, the chemists are almost always correct. [The Feynman Lectures]
lump If instead of arranging the atoms [...] forming little lumps of complexity [...] we make an arrangement which is always different [...] how much more marvelously is it possible that this thing might behave? [The Feynman Lectures]
sheer The sheer complexity of it staggers the imagination as to what it can do. [The Feynman Lectures]
stagger The sheer complexity of it staggers the imagination as to what it can do. [The Feynman Lectures]
disembowel I know our school. They would disenbowel me. [Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark]
in a coon's age It's an old address book I found in a coat I haven't worn in a coon's age. [Reservoir Dogs]
cooze It's all about this cooze who's a regular fuck machine. [Reservoir Dogs]
drone on For the past 15 minutes now, you've been droning on about names. [Reservoir Dogs]
zone out I must have zoned out during that part before. [Reservoir Dogs]
apiece It should be about a buck apiece. [Reservoir Dogs]
cough up All right, everybody cough up some green for the little lady. [Reservoir Dogs]
deem I used to work minimum wage and I wasn't lucky enough to have a job society deemed tip-worthy. [Reservoir Dogs]
bust [sb]'s ass These people bust their ass. This is a hard job. [Reservoir Dogs]
rambler All right, ramblers, let's get ramblin'. [Reservoir Dogs]
jinx I swear to God, I think I'm fuckin' jinxed. [Reservoir Dogs]
commode Where's the commode in this dungeon? I gotta take a squirt. [Reservoir Dogs]
hip We need you acting freaky like we need a fuckin' bag on our hip. [Reservoir Dogs]
butt cowboy Eddie, if I was a butt cowboy, I wouldn't even throw you to the posse. [Reservoir Dogs]
bluff You better stop bluffing, pal. [Reservoir Dogs]
stake out Fuck you, man. You weren't there. The cops had that store staked out. [Reservoir Dogs]
phoney We get there and I meet Joe and a guy named Mr White. It's a phoney name. My name's Mr Orange. [Reservoir Dogs]
rattle He said I was a good thief, I didn't rattle, I was ready to make a move. [Reservoir Dogs]
bail Take off, man. Just bail. Just get the fuck out of there! [Reservoir Dogs]
put up with What a white bitch would put up with, a black bitch wouldn't put up with for a minute. [Reservoir Dogs]
truism Ok, Mr Expert, if this is such a truism, why is it that every nigger I know treats his woman like a piece of shit? [Reservoir Dogs]
wetback I come into the club one night, and there's Carlos —he's the bartender. He's a wetback. He's a friend of mine. [Reservoir Dogs]
giggle You guys like to tell jokes and giggle and kid around, huh? [Reservoir Dogs]
holler I'm so goddamn mad hollering at you guys, I can't hardly talk. [Reservoir Dogs]
satchel You're saying that Mr Blonde was gonna kill you, and then when we got back he was gonna kill us, take the satchel of diamonds and scram. [Reservoir Dogs]
crass Nothing to crass, obviously. Just the right amount of crass, if you have it. [Avalanche]
lurid A magazine or book containing lurid subject matter and being characteristically printed on rough, unfinished paper. [Pulp Fiction]
bloke Heard about this one bloke, he walks into a bank with a portable phone. [Pulp Fiction]
gook We keep on, one of these gook fuckers gonna make us kill him. [Pulp Fiction]
busboy Busboys. Some wetback gettin' paid $1.50 an hour really give a fuck you're stealin' from the owner? [Pulp Fiction]
stick up See, I got the idea. The last liquor store we stuck up, remember? [Pulp Fiction]
puff away You just can't walk into a restaurant, roll a joint and start puffin' away. [Pulp Fiction]
word around the campfire Word 'round the campfire is it was on account of Marsellus Wallace's wife. [Pulp Fiction]
eat [sb/sth] out I mean, is it as bad as eatin' her pussy out? [Pulp Fiction]
ballpark I mean, is it as bad as eatin' her pussy out? No, but it's the same fuckin' ballpark. [Pulp Fiction]
tickle Got my technique down and everything. I don't be ticklin' or nothin'. [Pulp Fiction]
wash down You mind if I have some of your tasty beverage to wash this down with? [Pulp Fiction]
retort Oh, well, allow me to retort. [Pulp Fiction]
beset The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the inequities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men. [Pulp Fiction]
corny —Tell me. —It's corny. [Pulp Fiction]
gyp What a gyp. [Pulp Fiction]
cootie You can use my straw, I don't have cooties. [Pulp Fiction]
yak Why do we feel it's necessary to yak about bullshit in order to be comfortable? [Pulp Fiction]
scamp When you little scamps get together, you're worse than a sewing circle. [Pulp Fiction]
sewing circle When you little scamps get together, you're worse than a sewing circle. [Pulp Fiction]
O.D. I got this chick, she's fuckin' O.D.in' on me! [Pulp Fiction]
pooh-bah I'm not even joking with you! Do not be bringing some fucked-up pooh-bah to my house! [Pulp Fiction]
croak If she croaks on me, I am a fucking grease spot! [Pulp Fiction]
grease spot If she croaks on me, I am a fucking grease spot! [Pulp Fiction]
joypop I don't go joy-poppin' with bubble-gummers! My friends can handle their highs! [Pulp Fiction]
mum's the word Mum's the word? [Pulp Fiction]
hunk I hid this uncomfortable hunk of metal up my ass two years. [Pulp Fiction]
frenzy I could see the frenzy in his eyes give way to the realization of what he was doing. [Pulp Fiction]
kennel We wanna know. Take him to the kennel, sic the dogs on his ass. [Pulp Fiction]
sic the dogs on We wanna know. Take him to the kennel, sic the dogs on his ass. [Pulp Fiction]
scour for I'm prepared to scour the Earth for that motherfucker. [Pulp Fiction]
straggler A few stragglers aside. Oh, fuck, Scotty, that is good news. [Pulp Fiction]
fare Now, if anybody asks you who your fare was tonight, what are you gonna say? [Pulp Fiction]
oafish Pot bellies make a man look either oafish or like a gorilla. [Pulp Fiction]
smother Ohh! I'd smother you! [Pulp Fiction]
nuisance I don't want to be a burden or a nuisance. [Pulp Fiction]
gimp Well, bring out the Gimp. [Pulp Fiction]
plier I'm gonna call a couple of hard, pipe-hittin' niggers to go to work on the homes here with a pair of pliers and a blowtorch. [Pulp Fiction]
dreadful You were gone so long, I started to think dreadful thoughts. [Pulp Fiction]
scoop up Go in the back seat, scoop up all those little pieces of brain and skull. [Pulp Fiction]
upholstery Wipe down the upholstery. [Pulp Fiction]
wipe down Wipe down the upholstery. [Pulp Fiction]
spick-and-span Now when it comes to upholstery it don't need to be spick-and-span. You don't need to eat off it. [Pulp Fiction]
rag Strippin' off those bloody rags is absolutely necessary. [Pulp Fiction]
spur How about you, Lash LaRue? Can you keep your spurs from jingling and jangling? [Pulp Fiction]
swine I ain't Jewish. I just don't dig on swine, that's all. [Pulp Fiction]
bum So you decided to be a bum. [Pulp Fiction]
in [sb]'s midst Looks like we got a vigilante in our midst. [Pulp Fiction]
nimrod Jules, you give that fuckin' nimrod 1500 dollars, and I'll shoot him on general principle. [Pulp Fiction]
be sweet on I think she's sweet on you. [Natural born killers]
brassy The stars are coming out. Look up in the brassy sky and there they are, like loony pocket change. [Natural born killers]
froth at the mouth And you're driving the horses, whipping them, and they're spitting and frothing at the mouth. [Natural born killers]
peddle You'll end up peddling your ass, you stupid bitch. [Natural born killers]
mow You didn't mow the yard. [Natural born killers]
lawnmower That piece-of-shit lawnmower is fucked! [Natural born killers]
sling hash If it wasn't for me, you'd still be slinging hash and fucking your boss! [Natural born killers]
clog up I don't want you to clog up your arteries and keel over at the table. [Natural born killers]
keel I don't want you to clog up your arteries and keel over at the table. [Natural born killers]
vest in Baby, by the power vested in me as God of my world I pronounce us husband and wife. [Natural born killers]
mayhem To some, a beautiful stretch of the American landscape, but to Mickey and Mallory Knox, who are still at large, it is literally a candy lane of murder and mayhem. [Natural born killers]
ensuing In the ensuing chase, a tragic murder occurred. [Natural born killers]
nitwit You think that those nitwits in zombie-land remember anything? [Natural born killers]
eager Next time don't be so fucking eager. [Natural born killers]
push comes to shove Push comes to shove, we can snatch that donkey and ride out of here. [Natural born killers]
indictment That is a harsh indictment. [Natural born killers]
drab Once they were average citizens living drab, nothing-ever-happens lives. [Natural born killers]
squealer Fucking squealer. [Natural born killers]
muster One camera all you can muster? [Natural born killers]
shrink Three inmates, five guards and one shrink. [Natural born killers]
fringe Since then, I've had a strong opinion about the psychopathic fringe that thrives in this fast-food culture. [Natural born killers]
excoriate If I don't, we'll be excoriated. [Natural born killers]
wheat Except a corn or wheat falleth to the ground and die, it abideth alone. [Natural born killers]
abide Except a corn or wheat falleth to the ground and die, it abideth alone. [Natural born killers]
rack You must have some regret. Rack your brain. [Natural born killers]
unruly Relax. Read my book. I met some unruly crocodiles but she's got a sweet streak for me. [Natural born killers]
hectic It's a place I come to think when things get, you know, hectic. [Natural born killers]
glum Don't look that glum. That was good. [Natural born killers]
ado So without further ado: Mickey and Mallory. [Natural born killers]
macking I will always remember all the great time with the dirty dozen and mackin' all the honeys. [The girl next door]
off the hook I say this prom is gonna be off the hook. [The girl next door]
wicked Diana, oh, great beautiful one, we make these offerings to you, so that we may undo the wicked spell which deprived you of the seed of your lover, of your virginal blood of your very life. [Four rooms]
alas Goddess Diana, fail you, I will. I was to bring you fresh sperm from my Bill. I had him erect, and his semen would follow, but alas, I was hot, so hot that I swallowed. [Four rooms]
coven Like a coven of witches? [Four rooms]
goop If she doesn't get his goop in 10 minutes, I'm gonna go in there and get it myself. [Four rooms]
jism Goddess Diana, I offer to you the jism of the one I wooed for you, so you may live and know such bliss, as getting laid by a guy like this. [Four rooms]
woo Goddess Diana, I offer to you the jism of the one I wooed for you, so you may live and know such bliss, as getting laid by a guy like this. [Four rooms]
so mote it be So mote it be. [Four rooms]
beleaguer Let's not beleaguer the fact that you have no sense of timing. [Four rooms]
beau I couldn't think of a better time for you to introduce me to your beau than on New Year's Eve. [Four rooms]
deface Defacing money.
stymie
arsehole
overstatement
shag
wreck
thrush
pose a question
ghastly
tangle
tenner
stock cube
utterly
thrust
write down
blast
flaunt
cursory
con
loo
knickers
wrap up
diddle
wank
top to toe
delve
hassle
hand to
chap
plaits
PMT
wee
purse strings
venue
fend for
icky
cling to
arouse
perk
meager
sprout up
misdeed
podunk
off the sauce
needy
commute
narrow down
fortnight
fly over
prudish
ripple
parish
fete
stir
excel
miscarriage
ectopic
clog up
wonky
boast
tat
tantamount
fancy
toot
blow hot and cold
fringe
take its toll
deflect from
pitiful
pawing
curchgoer
dubious
posh
appallingly
off the wagon
mingle Oh, God, I have to announce. Okay, mingle. [Fleabag]
bollocks
longing
be arsed
snog
nip
hast
put out the feelers
pinny
shebang
smuggle out
wondrous I feel an obligation to  make sure you see the wondrous sights of Indiana while you can. [All the bright places]
maudlin Teen charm can't lift maudlin Netflix drama.
plush Lakeview is plush. [Upload]
britches I'm so sorry about your death. And so pleased about your britches. [Upload]
pan out Well, that didn't exactly pan out. [Upload]
stiffen Hmm, you suddenly stiffened. [Upload]
mayhap
foresee
sap
truce
belittle
sprinkle Wow, chocolate with sprinkles, my favorite. [Knock knock]
robe We have some extra robes. I’ll, uh, go get them. [Knock knock]
rip Come on, any guy that ripped is more into his own ass than yours. [Knock knock]
extent That's about the extent of my Spanish anyway. [Knock knock]
statutory Statutory rape, Evan. [Knock, knock]
cockblock Supposedly, the real Arnold cockblocked him for years when they lived together on a nudist commune in 1973. [Upload]
adorbs Aw, that's adorbs. [Upload]
scone Try happy memory, maybe? Like good scone. [Upload]
goss I have so much hot goss, by the way. [Upload]
calf Strong calves are magnets for rich husbands. [Upload]
a roll in the hay I could give Sam a roll in the hay. [Upload]
lubber We'll never see that lubber again. [SpongeBob SquarePants]
aye aye Aye aye, captain! [SpongeBob SquarePants]
sorry Take that, you sorry old clam! Y'all need to learn some manners! You're about as ugly as homemade soup. [SpongeBob SquarePants]
heck Heck no. I need it to breathe! I gotta have my air. [SpongeBob SquarePants]
put on airs Do you mean she puts on airs? [SpongeBob SquarePants]
the bee's knees Ain't that just the bee's knees? [SpongeBob SquarePants]
critter You know, you're the first sea critter to ever visit. [SpongeBob SquarePants]
quitter Water is for quitters. [SpongeBob SquarePants]
sum up I think that pretty much sums it up. [The Office]
downsize Downsizing is a bitch. [The Office]
keep a lid on So do you think we could keep a lid on this for now? [The Office]
garner I think I'm a role model here. I think I garner people's respect. [The Office]
be on to someoen Oh, well, yeah, he's on to me. [The Office]
beat to the punch I never actually talked to corporate about it. They kind of beat me to the punch. Uh, little bastards. [The Office]
cocky I know, I'm getting cocky, right? [The Office]
candidly Uh, Michael, can I talk to you candidly? [The Office]
cop a squat Here we go. Take a seat. Cop a squat. [The Office]
stir the pot No, come on. Stir the pot! Stir the melting pot, Pam! [The Office]
cub My darling cub. [Jojo Rabbit]
stalemate —So, it's a Mexican stalemate. —It's just a normal stalemate. [Jojo Rabbit]
oaf What on Earth are those oafs up to? [Jojo Rabbit]
Goldilocks And, of course, we are indeed interested in problems of crime and anti-party sentiment, but we still have one greater concern, that of the "Goldilockses". [Jojo Rabbit]
rye
imbibe
edify
eerie Quiet, eerie tones play over slow, pulsing rhythm. [The Invasion]
in a pickle Imagine the pickle you'd be in if you didn't know any kids in the neighborhood. [The Invasion]
doormat You know what Czechoslovakia means in Russian, Doctor? It means a doormat. [The Invasion]
veneer A veneer of civility hides our true self-interest. [The Invasion]
back-to-back Carol, you are not going to work. —I have to. I've got back-to-backs all day. [The Invasion]
dabble in Are you about to say you're gonna judge me for dabbling in pornography? [Booksmart]
barren Hideous barren orthodontist. [Booksmart]
patsy We gotta find a patsy for the Connell case and make it stick. [Insomnia]
trite The guy who thinks the Sanskritians would be so trite as to have a word for war that just means “argument” might think that the only danger is a spat or a misunderstanding.
dazzle It's the kind of thing you write as a preface. Dazzle them with the basics. [Arrival]
hamper Who are they? Trying to answer this in any meaningful way is hampered by the fact that, outside being able to see them and hear them, the heptapods leave absolutely no footprint. [Arrival]
prod We must consider the idea that our visitors are prodding us to fight among ourselves until only one faction prevails. [Arrival]
dawn on Nothing's complete. Then it dawned on me. [Arrival]
slippery That is rather slippery of you, Agent Starling. [The Silence of the Lambs]
hiss He hissed at you. What did he say? [The Silence of the Lambs]
ham-handed And now this... ham-handed segue into your questionaire. [The Silence of the Lambs]
segue And now this... ham-handed segue into your questionaire. [The Silence of the Lambs]
acumen Thrill me with your acumen. [The Silence of the Lambs]
rube You look like a rube... a well-scrubbed, hustling rube with a little taste. [The Silence of the Lambs]
fumbling And, oh, how quickly the boys found you, all those tedious, sticky fumblings in the back seats of cars while you could only dream of getting out, getting anywhere, getting all the way to the FBI. [The Silence of the Lambs]
seek out Go seek out Miss Mofet, an old patient of mine. [The Silence of the Lambs]
hokey But, um, I thought the "yourself" reference was, uh, too hokey for Lecter. [The Silence of the Lambs]
tuck away I did not kill him, I assure you. Merely tucked him away very much as I found him after he missed three appointments. [The Silence of the Lambs]
garden-variety Garden-variety manic-depressive. Tedious. Very tedious. [The Silence of the Lambs]
fledgling Just think of him as a kind of experiment, a fledgling killer's first effort at transformation. [The Silence of the Lambs]
exhilarate Scared first, then... exhilarated. [The Silence of the Lambs]
muzzle Um, muzzle stamp at the top. [The Silence of the Lambs]
thence Caterpillar into chrysallis or pupa and, from thence, into beauty. [The Silence of the Lambs]
wheedle Or did Jack Crawford send you for one last wheedle before you're both booted off the case. [The Silence of the Lambs]
covet No. He covets. [The Silence of the Lambs]
reckon But we don't reckon time the same way, do we, Clarice? [The Silence of the Lambs]
creep up I crept up into the barn house. [The Silence of the Lambs]
dredge up See what you can dredge up in Belvedere. [The Silence of the Lambs]
supper I'm sorry to have missed supper, but a physician's hours are not his own, I'm afraid. [Time after time]
bid Gentlemen, I have called you together tonight to bid you farewell. [Time after time]
poppycock What? Poppycock! [Time after time]
harness Twelve years ago, a French engineer harnessed the power of the sun to run a printing press. [Time after time]
balderdash Balderdash! Go Norh, you get to Glasgow. [Time after time]
charnel The evidence of human history is that we live in a cosmic charnel house. [Time after time]
frailty Human frailty at last. [Time after time]
mew A dead end mews with a high brick wall, sir. [Time after time]
painstaking The objects in this wall have been painstakingly assembled to form a portrait the public and private life of an extraordinary human being. [Time after time]
big as life Yesterday afternoon, big as life. [Time after time]
idle I'm not here to engage in idle banter with you, Stevenson. [Time after time]
banter I'm not here to engage in idle banter with you, Stevenson. [Time after time]
lose one's wits I confess that at dinner the other... century I thought you'd lost your wits. [Time after time]
drivel It's drivel. [Time after time]
bluff I've played countless games of chess with you, and the one thing you cannot do is bluff. [Time after time]
flaxen-haired He's a tall, flaxen-haired distinguished-looking Englishman. [Time after time]
cloister away Just a hunch, I don't know you give me the impression of someone who's cloistered away somewhere most of the time in a library or something doing research and never reads the newspaper. [Time after time]
strike fancy I wrote articles on whatever struck my fancy. [Time after time]
right off the bat I guess I shouldn't say all that stuff right off the bat like that. [Time after time]
get off on Did you ever see Red Shoes? I really got off on that. [Time after time] 
helmsman Helmsman, head a course for the light. [Avatar]
wash out Don't worry. It'll wash out. [Avatar]
snot Oh, no, I'm not getting on that fluffy snot monster. [Avatar]
booby-trap The ship could be booby-trapped. [Avatar]
brothel In Kazakhstan it is illegal for more than five woman to be in the same place except for in brothel or in grave. [Borat]