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spokes-weasel

spokes-weasel
 n.— «With the spokes-weasel of the youth chillin’ with the body electric, the future—or at least the future of comedy—is in fully buff hands.» —“Jive Talk: How To Be Pauly-Tically Correct” by Michael Tisserand New Orleans Times-Picayune (La.) July 11, 1992. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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