TagDouble-Tongued Dictionary

past-posting

past-posting  n.— «The judge’s story is that Alvin Kaiser, Houma third baseman, admitted he had clipped the bookie for $185 through the ruse of the past posting and the turned back clock. He said he didn’t have anything to do with the...

past-poster

past-poster  n.— «“He (Atlas) is well known in New Jersey as a man who bets with bookmakers after the horse is in the barn,” Kitzler testified further. This type of bettor, the detective said, is known as a “past...

past-poster

past-poster  n.— «At the roulette table the subject is the “team past post,” a deft system that accomplices use to slip a huge bet onto the table after the ball has dropped on the winning number. The best past-posters distract...

breastaurant

breastaurant  n.— «The concept has become so popular that Hooters has spawned a number of restaurants with similar cheesecake formats. Most, like Hooters, can be recognized by their locker room names, such as Knockers and Melons. But none...

breastaurant

breastaurant n. a restaurant that features scantily clad or sexually appealing waitresses. Editorial Note: This term usually refers to the restaurant chain “Hooters.” (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

breastaurant

breastaurant  n.— «Despite their efforts to attract families, not everyone wants to eat in a “breastaurant.”» —“Hooters chain goes for national appeal” by Curtis Krueger St. Petersburg...

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