n.— «Let us assume that “wench” is a current sexist way of making a masculine or neuter noun apply to women. We can hypothesize that “shwench” is a feminine form of “shmen.” From this breakthrough, we can then ask: What word used frequently by sophomores has “shmen” as its last syllable?» —“T’sup on campus” by William Safire New York Times Mag. Sept. 22, 1985. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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