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ghosted

ghosted  adj.— «The marshals got to the ground floor, where the fire had been hottest and raged the longest. Every step of the stairwell and each railing and inch of banister was alligatored. Parts of the wall were “ghosted,” fire parlance...

brick

brick  n.— «Training for a triathlon is often a 7-day a week process, and Baker will often combine disciplines during a training day in what triathletes refer to as a “brick.”» —“Local triathlete to compete against the...

bash

bash  n.— «Existing dealers in Dumfries, keen to meet demand, have been cutting the drug with potentially fatal fillers, or “bash” as it is known on the street, which can lead to thrombosis. The main agent used is diazepam, but...

brick

brick  v.— «He shot air balls, missed BIG 4th quarter shots, bricked free throws, turned the ball over and got burned on D over and over.» —“Bird blew it” Usenet: net.sport.hoops June 11, 1985. (source: Double-Tongued...

brick

brick  v.— «Because of miscalculation, their load was too heavy, so they “bricked” the seaplane.» —“Veteran fliers bid adieu to an old sweetheart Canada’s last 9 DC-3 Dakotas being retired” by Ron Lowman in...

brick

brick  v.— «During last year’s pilot season all my friends—actors, writers, directors—were saying, “You gotta read the Aaron Sorkin script.” So I started lobbying to do an audition. But then I went in and bricked.”...

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