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chevrolegs

chevrolegs n.pl. a jocular reference to one’s legs, particularly by comparison to an automobile. Etymological Note: Automobile brand Chevrolet + legs (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

chevrolegs

chevrolegs  n.pl.— «“My Other Car Is My Feet.” “Which model? Chevrolegs or Toyotoes?”» —“Re: Bumper Stickers?” by km34@cornell.edu (Karen Sanchez) Usenet: misc.writing Nov. 17, 1994. (source:...

monkey board

monkey board  n.— «The following is a sampling of terms from Tampa Electric’s slang dictionary.… Monkey board—A non-insulated aerial platform.» —“Keep tools, tasks straight: Learn the lingo” Electrical World May...

monkey board

monkey board  n.— «The eager, quick-eyed, ragged-headed sprite, who, with the agility of a monkey or a London sparrow, skips about stand-still omnibuses, this side, that side, and hopping on and off the step behind, ever in danger of a...

monkey board

monkey board
 n.— «The step of a bus on which the conductor stands is known as the monkey-board.» —“Words Made By Animals” Wellsboro Gazette (Penn.) Jan. 27, 1921. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

monkey board

monkey board  n.— «The men were injured when a finger came out of a monkey board knocking both men down and falling across them.» —“Two Men Injured In Oil Field Accident” in Raymondville Valley Morning...