adj. Euphemism applying to persons who have a handicap, particularly a behavioral or mental inadequacy. Can be found in the phrase "differently abled," which means (let's face it), "disabled." To be "different" in the most widely-used sense of the term is a bad thing; it means you are retarded. Cf. special, short bus.
Kid: Bobby is incredibly stupid and clumsy, Mr. Mackey.

School Counselor: Son, let's not think those bad thoughts! Bobby is...different. He's just a little "differently abled" from you or I, m'kay? We can't use our language to take water out of his bucket.

Kid: You mean to say he is retarded and rides the short bus.

Counselor: Now, "retarded" is a word that they used back in Germany in the 1930's, but we have moved past that now haven't we...
作者 Carl Willis 2004年8月25日
When something is really good/excellent!
shortened version of Different Gravy
' Did you go Ibiza this summer.....yea, it was Different '
作者 Dale Sears 2007年11月16日
Adj. Cool, hip. Mostly the kids that listen to emo rock and dress in neon green and black pants with enough chains to tow a car.
"She thinks she's different but she's really just a conformist sheep."
作者 Fox10 2005年10月02日
Forcefully a black sheep
attention seeker
"im different - pleeeeeease look at me"
作者 icu 2006年5月06日

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