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puffer

puffer  n.— «“Puffer” is the term police use to describe cars that are left running and unattended to warm up during cold weather.» —“Jefferson County Bulletin” by Kieran Nicholson Denver Post (Colo...

puffer

puffer  n.— «The youngsters, a 15-year-old boy and a 13-year-old girl, were arrested Friday in a traffic stop and accused of stealing a “puffer”—a car left running on a cold morning to warm up.» —“Cars Left Running Easy...

chonies

chonies
 n.pl.— «Chonies—Underwear, as in “You had better change those chonies.”» —“Forgotten Firefighters” by Robert Kowalski Denver Post (Colo.) Aug. 21, 1994. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

oats

oats  n.pl.— «Oats—Overtime. Wildland firefighters, particularly smokejumpers, are extremely competitive about who accumulates the most overtime working on fires.» —“Forgotten Firefighters” by Robert Kowalski Denver...

frutal

frutal  n.— «He headed in for an attempted dunk. Ker-plunk. Cooper lost the ball on the way up. He then ran to the bench and stretched out while laughing. “This was frutal,” Cooper said, offering a new word that might be a...

cuff and stuff

cuff and stuff  v.— «Last year, with the help of police, Turner got an incorrigible trash dumper “cuffed and stuffed.”» —“Junk cars, trashed yards their prey” by Maureen Harrington Denver Post (Colo...