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sack dance

sack dance
 n.— «It made me want to do a little sack dance right there in the Cold War end zone.» —by P.J. O’Rourke Give War a Chance Apr., 1992. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

throw bones

throw bones  v. phr.— «He’s weary of seeing drug buys in his own driveway—cocaine dealers from gangs such as the North Pole, Stone Cold Gunaz and Bush Rod Boyz “throwing bones,” as the street parlance goes.» —“A Lonely...

freedalism

freedalism  n.— «The Americans even coined a word for doing things without permission in this land of the unfree: “freedalisms.”…Despite the Americans’ penchant for freedalisms, the North Koreans were, after seven years...

redonkulous

redonkulous  adj.— «The other driver’s insurance company is claiming they have to determine liability…which, to me, is a bit redonkulous (to steal a word from my brother), seeing as how I was nowhere near my car.» —“How Cold Is...

heimat

heimat  n.— «From the Weimar Republic to the Federal Republic, from the Great War to the Cold War—these cataclysms transform their lives, yet their heimat, their shared sense of homeland, prevails. “Heimat” means something...