TagDouble-Tongued Dictionary

fandamentalist

fandamentalist  n.— «Fandamentalists. (noun, pl.); fans who violently believe the only valid interpretation of any entertainment source is a dogmatic adherence to their favorite version of that source. Any change to the smallest detail is...

RABIN

RABIN
 n.— «RABIN.…Republican all but in name, the opposite of a RINO.» —“Best of the Web Today” by James Tarranto OpinionJournal Dec. 9, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

mouth-breather

mouth-breather  n.— «One wonders, in fact, if some nervous vice-presidents at the CBC are not looking over their shoulders at some of the mouth-breathers and wall-climbers in the new Conservative caucus who always viewed the CBC as a hive...

mouth-breather

mouth-breather  n.— «Then there are the mouth-breathers. These folks are usually slack-jawed, thick-tongued individuals who congregate around pornographic movie theaters. It is the latter method that is used in cycling.» —by Mike...

mouth-breather

mouth-breather  n.— «“How can we reach out to the average viewer?” You know…the middle-class mouth-breather with the camper truck and the short attention span.» —“Mary Shelley, Mary Shelley” by Cyra...

mouthbreather

mouthbreather  n.— «Billy, who has grown rich on the rivers, nevertheless approached in the manner of a mouth-breather, hat in hand, toes crossed.» —“Of a Capitulation in Chicago” by Lloyd Lewis in Chicago New...

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