TagDouble-Tongued Dictionary

suitcase

suitcase v. to carry contraband in one’s rectum. Editorial Note: A synonym is to bank. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

pull the chute

pull the chute  v. phr.— «There was a big stigma about concussions years ago—‘Nah, he’s not that hurt.” He’s pulling the ‘chute, which is another term for pulling up lame. He’s soft. He can’t play tough...

near-hire

near-hire  n.— «After insistent lobbying from call center agencies, Gloria Arroyo also approved the allocation of P500 million ($10,907,504) for the “re-education” of “near-hires”—a term used to describe the 92 percent of applicants who...

scuffle

scuffle  v.— «Pulsipher is out for the year, Wilson will come off the DL as early as next week and Isringhausen is scuffling for wins.» —“Eyes on Braves, Yankees in second half” by Mel Antonen, Rod Beaton USA...

angu-apatheism

angu-apatheism  n.— « Angu-apatheism—not caring whether or not there is a God, but still wondering what you did that has Him so pissed off at you. » —“Re: apathy” by Greg Garland Usenet: alt.angst Oct. 4, 1990...

cadillac

cadillac  v.— «In baseball, you’re supposed to “Cadillac” around the bases…The expression the ballplayers’ own for savoring the sweet cheers of the crowd by trotting majestically around the bases.» —“Bob Addie’s...