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toothing

toothing  n.— «Toothing takes bluejacking to an altogether different level or ballpark. An anonymous guide to toothing says: “Toothing is defined as a form of anonymous sex with strangers—usually on some form of transport or enclosed...

sag wagon

sag wagon  n.— «The cyclists said they carry about 10 pounds of weight with them when they ride. The rest of their equipment and belongings travel with Barrett in the support vehicle or “sag” wagon, as they call it...

rehat

rehat  v.— «“The French and British had two advantages we did not have. They had substantial numbers of troops on the ground already. They would just rehat their people.” He said referring to the switch from UN blue helmets to NATO...

turnip

turnip  n.— «Turnip: Inexperienced Rainbows who “turn up” without proper equipment or clothing for the wilderness.» —“Slang used by the Rainbow Family” Seattle Post-Intelligencer (Wash.) July 3, 2004...

twidget

twidget  n.— «Cullen was a “twidget”—someone who made fine adjustments to computers rather than turning a wrench to fix the ship’s heavy equipment.» —“Cullen ‘kind of an oddball’ in Navy” by Peter...

tools of ignorance

tools of ignorance  n.— «Bresnahan’s shin guards were the final pieces of the “tools of ignorance,” that great descriptive phrase for the catcher’s equipment. There are conflicting stories about who came up with that wonderful...