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and n., all uses)Bloody Mary, Bloody Marysblow jobbocce ballbodycam (n., adj.), body camera (n.), body-camera (adj.)bodyweight exercises body slam (n.); body-slam (v.)bookbagbougie (adj.); bougiest (from bourgeoisie) boy band, boy-banderbread crumbs (for the food); breadcrumbs (for the computer-y term)breakdance (all forms), breakdancerbreastfeed, breastfeeding (one word, all forms)Britpopbro-downbro-ingbronybrunette (as adj.
Con Edison, Con Ed (OK on second reference)copydeskcopyedit (v.)Craigslistcray-cray (as slang for crazy)creepshotcringeycrop topcrossfire Cross Fitcross-postcrow's-feet (n.)crowdfund (all forms)crowdsource (all forms)crowdsurfcueing (not cuing) d-bagdab, dabbing (dance move)dadbod (and similar constructions, one word for all forms)dancehall (music genre)Dark Web, Deep Webdashcamday care (two words)Day-Glo (trademark, used for fluorescent materials or colors); dayglow (airglow seen during the day)deadlift (one word, n.
and v.)deal breaker (two words)decadelong Deep Southdeepfake Deir ez-Zor (for the city in Syria)die-hard (adj.); diehard (n.)Disney Princess (for the brand/line of characters); Disney princess (when referring to a specific character from a Disney film)diss (meaning to disrespect)Division One, Two, etc.
chili: Use chile powder to refer to ground dried chile peppers (like ground ancho chiles or ground cayenne chile); use chili powder for the spice mix of cumin, paprika, and cayenne (and other stuff) that is often added to chili (the stew).
(Note: British English generally uses chilli.)chocolaty (not chocolatey)chodechokehold cinderblockcircle jerkcis, cisgender (both adj.)clapback (n.); clap back (v.)class-action lawsuitclick through (v.), click-through (n., adj.)cliffhangerco.