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woobie

woobie  n.— «In the same way that each member of the family chose something that represented them, and placed it in Chip’s casket. Adam and Holly and their children chose Connor’s pacifier and Janie’s “woobie.”» —“Myers’...

chevrolegs

chevrolegs  n.pl.— «After one particularly frustrating outing last summer, Cannons reliever Jason Marr was so upset that he walked from Pfitzner Stadium to his home, a trip that took nearly as long as the game. This season, Marr has not...

chevrolegs

chevrolegs  n.pl.— «Lemme just throw on my shoedabakers and start my chevrolegs and truck on down there.» —“Re: [ANN] Rocket City Blast Off Scheduled for Oct 27/28″ by Scout (scout187@wvi.com) Usenet: rec.models...

chevrolegs

chevrolegs  n.pl.— «When gas is $1.35 around here (which it hasn’t been in years), I just use my Chevro-Legs a little more often.» —“Re: Shipping / Handling—Where do YOU work?” by Isaiah Beard (ibeard@pobox...

chevrolegs

chevrolegs  n.pl.— «“What do you drive?” “Chevrolegs. Can’t afford a car.”» —“Re: (Poll) The Official RSPW Poll” by Mjr_disaster2002@yahoo.com (K.Wylde) Usenet: rec.sport.pro-wrestling Feb. 14...

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)

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