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nuff-nuff
 n.— «Rachel simplified for us: “If you’re chewing on your handlebars to stay in the break, you’re probably with good breakaway partners who will make the break stick.” Helen clarified: “Yes, and if you’re able to sing while you climb, then you’re riding with a bunch of nuff-nuffs.”» —“The Amber Rais diary 2007: Le Coupe du Monde a Montreal” by Amber Rais Cyclingnews.com July 3, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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