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cruisine

cruisine  n.— «Choice is the big buzz word these days when it comes to “cruisine.” This applies not only to the varied cuisine types but also to when and where passengers can dine. Most major cruise lines now offer numerous...

wave season

wave season  n.— «Selling her first cruise with America’s Vacation Center in December, Kier started during what is considered to be one of the slowest periods of the year. On the eve of what the cruise industry calls “wave...

cruise-in

cruise-in  n.— «This unofficial gathering, known to participants as a “cruise-in,” is a throwback to the days when men showed up at diners to show off their pompadour hairstyles, driving hot rods for the girls in poodle skirts...

bent

bent  n.— «On a bent you can just cruise along, if at a high rate of speed, and wave back at the cars.» —“Recumbent riding observations” by Jim Grippin Usenet: rec.bicycles Aug. 9, 1991. (source: Double-Tongued...

toolie

toolie n. in Australia, an older man who preys on or interferes with teenagers celebrating the end of final year secondary school exams. Etymological Note: Perhaps related to tool ‘a stupid person’ by comparison with schoolie ‘a student celebrating...

GUBU

GUBU  adj.— «Gubu happens to be my personal contribution to the political lexicon of the contemporary Republic.» —“Power that must be denied” by Conor Cruise O’Brien The Times (London, Eng.) May 30, 1989...

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