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goose father

goose father  n.— «Lots of fathers are lonely. Prof. “J” is lonely too. His wife left Korea for the U.S. with their children to give them a chance to study English. They have a 9-year-old boy and 5-year-old girl. He sends money...

babymoon

babymoon  n.— «The transition to fatherhood is easier when a man can take time off to be with his partner and baby in what I call a “Babymoon.” A couple lay in food and other necessities, lock the door, and go to bed with their...

gastronaut

gastronaut  n.— «Mr. Thompson and the Alderetes are members of a billowing fraternity in the American tourism industry: vacationers who plan their travels primarily—often solely—around food and wine. They are, to coin a term...

infolaxis

infolaxis  n.— «Also, he’s leading research into how fire ants in a particular colony exchange chemical information with one another. Anderson has coined the term “infolaxis” to describe the exchange phenomenon. The coinage...

fooding

fooding  n.— «Go “fooding.” No, it’s not a typo, but a new Parisian word to describe the concept of food as a fashion lifestyle choice. Le fooding is as much about the ambience and style of the restaurant as the food on your...

fooding

fooding n. a restauranting trend which emphasizes food as a style choice, usually via new or fusion cuisines in combination with factors not related to food, such as a unique or trendy atmosphere. Editorial Note: In French, fooding takes the...