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full boat

full boat n. a full price or total amount of money; generally, all of something; as an adj., having many or elaborate features, options, or functions. Editorial Note: Often constructed as to pay full boat or with the definite article: the full boat...

full boat

full boat  n.— «Even the Bay Area’s most upscale ski specialist, Any Mountain, has been forced to lower prices on items it would have sold at full boat during previous years.» —“Ski Wars: The Prices is Right to Buy...

Eddie would go

Eddie would go  other.— «“The Eddie,” not a WCT event, is one of the world’s most prestigious big-wave contests, named after North Shore lifeguard and legend Eddie Aikau.…In 1978 Aikau and 15 others attempted to sail a...

gap out

gap out  v.— «I was drunk enough that time was “gapping out” on me: I’d come to and not remember what had happened for the last ten minutes or so.» —“Re: Part 2—wanna look at the boat?” by Johnny...

Foblish

Foblish n. stilted or incorrect English spoken or written by a non-native speaker. Etymological Note: From FOB “fresh off boat” + English. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

wags

wags  n.pl.— «Pictures of the wives and girlfriends (or Wags as the FA’s acronym calls them) of the Euro 2004 England team, or of the wives and girlfriends of the 1999 US Ryder Cup team, for instance, show a classic feminine look where...