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 adj.— «Logan brought his lavenderand-black hot rod. It started life as a 1951, four-door Mercury. Its roof has been lowered—or “chopped” in hot rod parlance. The lights have been recessed—“frenched”—into the body.» —“Garden of the gearheads” by Bill McKeown Colorado Springs Gazette (Colorado) July 8, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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