Top Definition
When we say sentences like 'Walk much?' we shorten 'Do you walk much?'

VERB + much
ADJECTIVE + much
NOUN + much
ADJECTIVE and NOUN + much

etc.
Confused, much?

Off message much?

etc.
додав Paro 17 Травня 2005
an unconditional an infinite amount of love.
A word only reffering to the unconditional amount of love a person can feel.
Denny, I love you muches.
додав hopenfaith8144 04 Грудня 2010
Used on the end of adjectives to make retarded sentences.

If you want to sound like you're a conformist then go ahead. OR you could sound like you're from a modern age with advanced people (yes even the prostitutes) then, you probably should just leave it alone.
gangster much.
додав Jackson Samuel 09 Червня 2009
Questions can be abbreviated to a single noun usually abstract followed by the word "much"
Vince buys a new car and rocks up to his friends place and says "Do you like my new wheels? "Jealous much?"

Vince: Dude, I just saw my ex girlfriend with another guy..
Dan: Ohhhh man! Awkward much?


Vince: Cigarette much?
Dan: Yeah man, im really keen for one.


Vince: What are you up to tonight? Work much?
Dan: Yeah man... Its pretty lame!
додав Varcoe 25 Вересня 2008
Used at the end of a sentence, as if to confirm something that you already know. Often used in a playfully disrespectful way. Can also be used in a similar way to adding 'not' to the end of a sentence.
Example1:

A: (says insult)
B: (overeacts)
A: Wow, over reaction much (?)
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Example2:

A: What's 1+1?
B: Haha, Genius much (?)
додав BabeyGurl 21 Листопада 2009
1. Just a word used after using another word to make it heaps cooler

2. Used at the end of a sentence to piss people off.

3. The best word in the English dictionary
1. Jealous much?

2. Wana come and get drunk with me much?

3. gay much?
додав WillTurnerMan 06 Грудня 2009
Used by phaggots and corny ass mofos. It's used usually on the internet by people who want to sound "cool".
Me : You suck!
Bob : Jealous much?
Me: STFU, bitch!
додав mobinga 19 Липня 2011
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