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two and barbecue

two and barbecue other. in the phrase go two and barbecue, to be defeated in the first two games of a double-elimination tournament. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)


deckle  n.— «Though John Ross, head of the society’s contest-sanction committee, contends that “burnt ends come from whatever’s burnt,” be it beef or pork, the specialty derives from the point—also called the deckle or nose—the...

urban barbecue

urban barbecue  n.— «Some of these restaurants call themselves practitioners of urban barbecue, an undefined style that while having a ready-for-television name, has a meaning that is at best ambiguous. Explaining the urban barbecue he...

barbecue stopper

barbecue stopper n. a topic of constant and widespread conversation, especially a divisive political or social issue; (hence) a social gaffe. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)


 n.— «Called up my cuddie for the spark/And he told me Gully Barbecue later on at the Crest Park.» —“PSD Tang & O.J. lyrics” LyricSeek Nov. 11, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)


barbecue  n.— «Weston claims Norgen then discussed “barbecuing,” a euphemism for sex.» —“How to: Avoid sex discrimination” by Louise Armistead Times (London, England) July 18, 2004. (source:...