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dosia

dosia n. marijuana. Editorial Note: There appears to be no connection to the detergent of the same name, nor to the Indian food dish which is usually spelled dosai. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

unass

unass  v.— «Un-ass the place and leave them to fight over the food and die!» —“Re: barefooted warriors in somalia” by barrey@Novell.com (Barrey Jewall) Usenet: alt.war Oct. 13, 1993. (source: Double-Tongued...

canstruction

canstruction  n.— «At a canstruction site, canstruction accidents can happen. Yes, canstruction. It involves constructing sculpturelike installations with unopened cans of food in an annual charity competition open to teams from...

plyboo

plyboo  n.— «The bamboo used to make plyboo is grown in managed forests in China, so there is no impact on wild stands used by pandas as food.» —“For a Hardwood Floor, Plyboo Is One Tough Grass” by Tom Neven Washington...

bac

bac  n.— «Now, all the inspectors were really doing was assessing health risk, watching your bacteria (or “bac” as they call it), identifying environs in which it peaked and coaxing those food retailers to improve their outlets...

hero

hero n. in food styling, the (fake or real) dish that is the subject of photographing or filming. Editorial Note: Food styling is the arrangement and design of food dishes in preparation for their appearance in advertisements, movies, or print...