meteorwrong
 n.— «Every day, people mail Washington University geochemist Randy Korotev pictures and packages of rocks. They want him to say that their backyard nuggets are from out of this world—and, gram for gram, worth more than gold. Korotev sifts meteorites from meteorwrongs, as he calls them.» —“Everyone wants a piece of the moon” by Eric Hand St. Louis Post-Dispathc (Missouri) May 7, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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