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 n.— «The thief—part of the growing poot-butt posse making life miserable for law-abiding citizens across the nation—made off with a cellular phone.…I kept the concrete brick the poot-butt had hurled through my window.» —“Bricks do clarify one’s thinking” by Gregory Kane Charleston Daily Mail (West Virginia) Nov. 3, 1997. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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