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spooty

spooty
 adj.— «So Aberdeen water has spooty in it. Spooty, turbidity, who cares? I don’t know what either word means and I’m not too bent out of shape about it.» —“AberTap water: It will make you sexy” by Troy McQuillen Aberdeen News (S.D.) Dec. 21, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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