TagDouble-Tongued Dictionary

hypergonar

hypergonar  n.— «Chrétien’s “hypergonar” adapters made use of an optical trick called anamorphosis, whereby a curved lens placed in front of an ordinary camera could squeeze a large field of vision into the frame. Another...

rusticle

rusticle  n.— «Gaping holes have opened up in the Titanic’s decks, metal walls have slumped and rivers of rust known as rusticles, which look like brownish icicles hanging from the ship’s iron plates, have multiplied so fast that in some...

shoes

shoes
 n.— «In street parlance, “shoes” is another word for wheels.» —“Putting Hip-Hop on the Highway” by Phil Patton New York Times Aug. 10, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

Amexica

Amexica  n.— «Poverty and race also define the country I call ‘Amexica’ that runs along either side of the Mexican border, belonging to both countries and neither.» —“Farewell America” by Ed Vulliamy Observer (U.K...

stigmergy

stigmergy  n.— «La coordination des tâches, la régulation des constructions ne dépendent pas directement des ouvriers, mais des constructions elles-mêmes. L’ouvrier ne dirige pas son travail, il est guidé par lui...

trufan

trufan  n.— «Jeff Baham has interviewed the author, who appears to be a real Mansion trufan who set out to write a comprehensive historical document about the bestest ride the Imagineers ever built.» —“New Haunted Mansion book...

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