Etymology: < woke, past participle of wake v.
1. Originally: well-informed
2. Now chiefly: Contronymous to sense 1, over-attentive to racial or social discrimination and injustice.
Public convenience, n.
Pronunciation: /ˈpʌblɪk kənˈviːnɪəns/
Etymology: < public adj. + convenience n.
1. A lavatory for the convenience of the public.
2. Contronymous to sense 1, in the case of pay toilets, a lavatory for the inconvenience of the public.
Hate preacher, n.
Pronunciation: /heɪt ˈpriːtʃə/
Etymology: < hate n. + preacher n.
1. A person, esp. a spiritual leader, who preaches or advocates hatred or hostility against a particular group, faith, etc.
2. Contronymous to sense 1, a person, esp. a non-spiritual non-leader, who preaches or advocates hatred or hostility against, er, hate preachers.
On fleeker, adj.
Pronunciation: /ɒn fliːkə/
Etymology: < fleek adj., apparently an arbitrary formation
1. More ‘on fleek’: better, more attractive, or more stylish (than someone else).
2. Usu. in form On Flickr, contronymous to sense 1: worse, less attractive, or less stylish (than anyone else).
Big whoop, int. and n.
Pronunciation: /ˌbɪɡ ˈwʊp/
Etymology: < big adj. + whoop n.
1. int. Expressing dismissiveness: ‘So what?’ ‘Who cares?’
2. n. A big utterance of ‘whoo(p)’, contronymous to sense 1, expressing approval in place of applause: ‘Oh my God! I agree!’