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flutz n. in ice skating, a flubbed lutz executed as a flip. Also as v. Editorial Note: See the 1997 citation from Brian Boitano for a more technical description of a flutz. A lutz is “a jump with a backward takeoff from the backward outside...

flutzing

flutzing  n.— «Has been criticized—and marked down by judges—for “flutzing,” changing edge on takeoff of her triple lutz and turning it into a flip.» —“Figure skaters to watch at the Winter Games” by Nancy...

flutz

flutz  n.— «Flutz: a jump that’s supposed to be a Lutz, but where the skater changes to an inside edge before launching off the toe pick, which turns the jump into the easier flip.» —by Brian Boitano Boitano’s Edge Dec. 1...

flutz

flutz  n.— «Robinson pointed to the 21-year-old’s planned Lutz on Tuesday, which saw the skater take off from an outside edge, making it more of a flip, or “flutz,” in figure skating parlance.» —“Figure skaters chase gold...

gut

gut  n.— «A “gut,” in the language of coastal fishing, is a channel in the sand at the edge of the surf. Guts are cut by wave action and the currents that run parallel to the beach.» —“Getting the right words out on...

man dress

man dress  n.— «The Kia driver, a fierce-looking Iraqi in a head scarf and what the troops call a “man dress,” glares at Mears and honks defiantly.» —“Days Deprived And On Edge” by David Wood in Baghdad...

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