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mouth-breather

mouth-breather  n.— «Conversation is also the old familiar college topics with the occasional joke, sometimes racist—these people are very comfortable together—for a guffaw. “They are all stewardesses, and she had blond hair about...

mouthbreather

mouthbreather  n.— «No how many breasts or royals they exposed, they would still be read only by the same four hundred thousand mouthbreathers.» —by Donald E. Westlake What’s the Worst That Could Happen? Oct. 1, 1996...

mouthbreather

mouthbreather  n.— «Wellywebb and his sniveling gaggle of political mouthbreathers held a highly publicized rally on the Colorado Capitol steps.» —by L. Neil Smith Lever Action: Essays on Liberty Apr. 1, 2001. (source:...

mouth-breather

mouth-breather n. a stupid person; a moron, dolt, imbecile. Editorial Note: The original definition of mouth-breather referred to a person that, due to medical problems (usually with the sinuses or nose), was forced to breath via the mouth. This...

mouth-breather

mouth-breather  n.— «Whatta maroon. Not only does this submoronic mouthbreather send an illegal, obscene message in private email, he posts it here publicly, with a header showing that it was also sent privately.» —“Re: Need help from...

nanocorporation

nanocorporation  n.— «Nanocorporations are formed by one or two individuals around a core competence. They are able to manage growth and larger projects by networking with other similar units, which again can network with other units. This...

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