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decleater
 v.— «Todd Steele earned the team’s award as decleater of the week for his blocking. A decleater is knocking an opponent off his feet. He buried some Illinois defensive backs last week.» —“USC’s 248-Pound Todd Steele Is a Real Blockbuster” by Mal Florence Los Angeles Times Sept. 19, 1986. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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