Definder - what does the word mean?

What is cite?

A lawful penalty ranked lower than arrest and higher then a slap on the hand. Violators (commonly trespassers) can be (but are not limited to) getting sniped in the ankle, punched in the face, or dropped through a trap door.

Sign: "No Trespassing. Violators will be Cited."

*Trespasses anyways, gets sniped in the ankle from somewhere in the trees*

Sniper: "Cited."

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Cite - what is it?

Just like a strong excited feeling when your over tired, or it’s nearly bedtime, or waiting for food and you get a burst of silly energy.

I can’t wait for chinese tonight, I’m getting proper cited.

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What does "cite" mean?

shortened form of the word excited
usually used when one is so excited they entirely skip the first part of the word

Barry: "Dude! You ready for the party later?"
Sam: "Yeah, man, I'm so cited!!"

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Cite - what does it mean?

When your OTP (One True Pairing) is too cute and you can't even.

Or

Too legit to quit.

Brangelina (Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, aka Jolie-Pitt) are cited.

Yo dude, that 360 mlg no scope was cited.

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Cite

A Shortening of the word "Excited".

"Fuck man i'm so cited bout these strippers!"

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Cite

Short for excited.

"I got front row tickets to see Iron Maiden!!! I'm 'cited!!!"

"I'm going to the reggae festival this weekend!"
"Yay! Are you 'cited?!"

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Cite

The act of having fun at all costs.

If you can breathe, you can cite. If you like ice cream, you can cite. If you have a butt, you can cite. Citing is all about having fun. As long as you're having fun, you're citing.

"I've got a limo full of girls and were heading to Canada to cite like you read about!"

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Cite

short for: cock in the ear

It is best used as a substitution for "fml" because of the overuse of "fuck my life."

I completely failed my philosophy midterm, what a CITE.

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Cite

Short hand for "Call-InternetMessage-Text-Email"

"CITE me!" (meaning...call me, I/M me, text me, or email me)

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Cite

to quote(a passage, book, author, etc.), esp. as an authority:

He cited the Constitution in his defense.

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