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freeball

freeball v. to not wear underpants (beneath clothing); to go commando. Editorial Note: Although this term usually applies to men, as you can see by the 2002 citation, it is sometimes applied to women. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

spadia

spadia n. a page wrapped around the spine of a periodical or one of its sections so as to appear as a narrow flap or partial page. Also spadea. Editorial Note: Images of a spadia. The 1993 citation has it right: a gatefold and a spadia are not the...

standfirst

standfirst n. in British journalism, introductory or summary information above a newspaper article; a kicker (U.S.); a précis. Editorial Note: Sometimes wrongly used as a synonym with lead (or lede), which is part of the article whereas a...

gedunk

gedunk n. ice cream, a dessert, a snack, or any easy-to-consume food; a store, mess hall, or other place where such treats are bought or eaten. Also geedunk, gedonk, geedonk. Editorial Note: In the 1925 citation to gedunk, meaning ‘to dunk (food),’...

buscon

buscon n. (in the Dominican Republic) a facilitator for legal or bureaucratic matters, such as a job recruiter for organizations in the United States or a baseball scout. Also buscone. Editorial Note: The form buscone is an Anglophone back-formation...

stripping

stripping n. a programming technique of broadcasting the same television show, or type of show, in the same time slot on successive nights. Editorial Note: The etymological information in the 2002 citation has not been verified. (source: Double...