‘kinning
 n.— «It’s fast approaching ‘kinning time. ‘Kinning, as in pumpkinning. The peculiar, age-old Springfield tradition of rolling Halloween pumpkins—preferably pilfered—down the steep downtown hills into the Square has yet this year to begin in earnest, Springfield Police Chief Douglas Johnston said.» —“Pumpkins just keep rolling” by Susan Smallheer in Springfield Rutland Herald (Vermont) Oct. 16, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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