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heinie

heinie  n.— Note: Perhaps a play off of “Heinie,” now outdated slang for a German. «The evening crowd at Kirmser’s dressed like everyone else, the men with our hair clipped short, sometimes in a military-cut heinie.» —by...

breezing

breezing  n.— «Ms. Studart starts most days at Belmont by 7 a.m. She spends mornings “breezing”—racing parlance for galloping at top speed—horses for various trainers, her braided hair flying behind her.» —“A Long Way From Home...

Elvis in a Cheese Sandwich (full episode)

What does dog hair have to do with hangover cures? Also, where’d we ever get a word like “dude”? And what’s the word for when unexpected objects form a recognizable image, like a cloud that looks like a bunny, or the image of Elvis...

air cut

air cut  n.— «In recent years, Suzuki has gained recognition for his unique cutting technique called the “air cut” in which he snips off “unnecessary portions” of a person’s hair resulting in a haircut that not only looks good, but is...

third-hand smoke

third-hand smoke  n.— «Parents who smoke often open a window or turn on a fan to clear the air for their children, but experts now have identified a related threat to children’s health that isn’t as easy to get rid of: third-hand smoke...

zero haircut

zero haircut  n.— «Zerbin said she sees a lot of women seeking a change in their haircut who have what hair dressers refer to as a zero haircut, meaning the length is the same all around.» —“New Year New ‘Do” by...

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