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preesh

preesh
 v.— «Preesh—I appreciate that: X: “I brought you some coffee.” Y: “Preesh.”» —by Connie Eble et al. in University of North Carolina”“Chapel Hill UNC-CH Campus Slang Fall, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

fall line

fall line  n.— «Last month, Disney’s Buena Vista Games named Scott Novis vp and general manager of Fall Line (a snowboarding term meaning “the most direct path down the mountain”).» —“Wii Ambitions at Buena Vista...

balliage

balliage  n.— «After rinsing the color out, Norika applied thin wisps of highlights throughout her hair using a technique called “balliage” (basically, just sweeping highlights through the hair in a natural way; no chunks of...

surfcaster

surfcaster  n.— «Carr, who had invited me to join his group of surfcasters, recommended using bucktails after observing a few nice stripers taken on that simple but time-honored jig, best fished with a strip of pork rind trailing off the...

surf jockey

surf jockey  n.— «Carr, who had invited me to join his group of surfcasters, recommended using bucktails after observing a few nice stripers taken on that simple but time-honored jig, best fished with a strip of pork rind trailing off the...

snackluck

snackluck  n.— «Video Night and Snackluck. Call Tom for details and location. Be sure to RSVP as space may be limited.» —“Fall 1995 Newsletter: Calendar of Events” Vancouver Island Vegetarian Association Oct., 1995...