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 adj.— «We try to cater to the 35-year-old female who we affectionately refer to as “kid-strapped,” as well as the 45-year-old female who is “experiencing freedom.” We have great kids items like chicken fingers and high quality, fresh ingredients that adults enjoy.» —“Ohio Restaurant Chain Looks to Expand Locally” San Diego Business Journal Online (California) Sept. 21, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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