n.— «If you spot attractive foliage in a stranger’s landscape or along a public road, make sure you ask permission to cut. Margaret-Ann Ashton warns against “road-side-a,” a coined word meaning “plants you see along the roadside that may grow on private property.”» —“Brighten your door with this classic Fallbrook wreath” by Sarah Bates Village News (Fallbrook, California) Nov. 23, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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