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slobber-knock

slobber-knock
 n.— «The longest and toughest preseason practice of Ken Hatfield’s regime gave Thomas an opportunity to slobber-knock his way to the starting unit.» —“Hogs’ Defense Bolstered By Self-Recruited Thomas” by Bill Connors Tulsa World (Okla.) Sept. 10, 1989. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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