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fling a craving
 v. phr.— «[Jerry Clower] was an old-fashioned Christian gentleman who loved his wife, tried to live right, and didn’t want no strange woman to fling a craving on him while he was on the road.» —“‘Old Redneck’ Disarmed This Writer With The Quality Of A Gentleman” by Bill Thomas Commercial Appeal (Memphis, Tennessee) Aug. 30, 1998. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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