TagDouble-Tongued Dictionary

gun-grabber

gun-grabber  n.— «I read in the paper that John Kerry was out goose hunting trying to convince gun owners he isn’t a gun grabber. If Americans fall for that lie, our goose is cooked. Kerry has never had a positive vote for America’s gun...

gun-grabber

gun-grabber  n.— «Davis, 54, got a TNT-like retirement gift from one right-wing newspaper. Atop a story announcing that Davis was going, the paper’s headline cried, with utmost objectivity: “Chief Gun-Grabber Retires...

gun-grabber

gun-grabber n. a person who advocates gun control. Editorial Note: This term is common in the United States among members of the National Rifle Association. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

gun-grabber

gun-grabber  n.— «In a perfect world the NRA wouldn’t have to be spending so much of your money to hold the pack of rabid gun-grabbers at bay.» —“The Third Option” The Proponent (Columbus, Ohio) Sept., 1995...

ghetto pass

ghetto pass  n.— «House nigga scum/Give something back to the place where you made it from/Before you end up broke/Fuck around and get your ghetto pass revoked.» —“True to the Game” by Ice Cube Death...

ghetto pass

ghetto pass  n.— «It’s like Ice Cube says: “You’re going to get your ghetto pass revoked.”» —“Open-Field Hits: Cox Tackles Tough Subjects” by Vahe Gregorian St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Mo.) June 14...

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