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trap

trap  n.— «She had made more than 50 day and night “traps,” as the carrier landings are called. And, along with her fellow pilots, she was continually honing her skills.» —“Express-News archives: Pioneer S.A. female combat...

whale

whale  n.— «Already, giant “whales” of snow have appeared below snow guns.» —“For whom the snow falls” by Greg Stahl Idaho Mountain Express (Ketchum) Nov. 6, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued...

blind

blind  adj.— «Top Government sources have told The Sunday Express that a majority of the 2,000-strong Krasnopol inventory has been found defective: the shell, priced over Rs 15 lakh per piece, hits the target accurately during test-firing...

Romosexual

Romosexual  n.— «Cowboys fans—some of whom have taken to calling themselves “Romosexuals”—love the way he has sparked their team back into playoff contention.» —“Football: Cowboys’ Romo to keep juices...

Pineapple Express

Pineapple Express  n.— «David Guy mentioned this phenomenon of a Pineapple Express which we seem to get about every 10 to 12 years. And that is where we get heavy snows in the Sierra, followed by a warm rain coming from the Hawaiian...

Pineapple Express

Pineapple Express n. a weather condition made of a jet stream of wet, warm air that reaches western North America from the Pacific Ocean, usually by way of Hawaii, and causes heavy rainfall. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)