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beaut
 n.— «That dialogue is one of the elements that makes Under the Mud so fresh. Street lingo positively trips off the tongues of the characters. Idiotic males are variously termed “beauts’”blerts’”quilts” or “whoppers,” while doormen are “sted-heads” (steroid abusers) and an all-day drinking session is a “Leo.”» —“The kids stay in the picture” by Helen Walsh Guardian (United Kingdom) Feb. 23, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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