n.— «Case in point: Jillpoke. The word belongs to the vernacular of woodsmen in the western United States, where it is applied to any outsized sucker that has grown up into the branches of the tree. A jillpoke is an encumbrance that should be removed for the health of the tree.» —“Those no-good jillpokes” by Michael Ackley WorldNetDaily July 16, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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