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hauterfly
 n.— «I was, in other words, caught in the throes of a conversation between two well-matched hauterflies. And Topic A? The moveover-Oscars Costume Institute Ball, held every year at the Met, and which at this point, was only days away.» —“LoVe in New York” by Shinan Govani National Post (Don Mills, Ontario, Canada) May 10, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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