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 n.— «I don’t think people are getting terribly excited about it. Where I come from in Scotland they would say there hasn’t been a great stooshy.» —“Anne’s Middle Class Move” by Paul Harris, Diana Wildman Daily Mail (London, England) Feb. 4, 1993. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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