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Put a Snap on the Grouch Bag

Have you ever eaten a Benedictine sandwich? Or savored a juicy pork steak? What’s a favorite dish you grew up with that may be mystifying to someone from another part of the country? Also, what does it mean to tell someone to “put a snap...

bag house

bag house  n.— «Santee Cooper officials recently boasted that, because of the permitting process, they have found ways to further reduce mercury emissions using a method called a bag house. The bag house, which would be an addition to...

commuter trip

commuter trip  n.— «The reason Wyatt has only heard about being on the road is that since he joined the Chiefs, on June 7, the only road games they’ve played have been commuter trips to Quad Cities and Burlington. In baseball parlance, a...

Put a Snap on the Grouch Bag

Hey-o! It's another newsletter from A Way with Words This past weekend's show was completely new. We tackled the expression "put a snap on the grouch bag," how to pronounce "patronize," and the rise of the German word...

age bag

age bag  n.— «And parents can take home (in the way they might “withdraw” a book) what is called an “age bag.” Age bags are filled with all sorts of teaching aids and reading incentives, designed to capture the...