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pucker power

pucker power
 n.— «And our golf courses likewise are mostly devoid of pretense or trickery. No Trump-built waterfalls. No carries over ocean chasms. No greens perched on mountain crags.…Challenge. There has to be an element of, as coaches like to call it, “pucker power.”» —“Experience the Dream 18” by Ken Robinson Fresno Bee (California) Aug. 12, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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