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soft-seater

soft-seater  n.— «I guess it’s another sign of age that I’m no longer willing to jam into a far-too-crowded bar or hall to see the latest bands do their thing. If I’m going to a show, it’ll be at a soft-seater, and an act that has enough...

soft-seater

soft-seater  n.— «Soft-seater n. a fancy-dancy concert hall with plush seating for 250-2,500 people.» —“Breaking into the soft-seater market” by Greg Lawless Muse’s Muse Oct.1, 2001. (source: Double-Tongued...

soft-seater

soft-seater  n.— «Keelor was referring to the hall, one of several larger capacity soft-seaters the band has been booked into during the current post-Juno national tour.» —“Home sweet home with Blue Rodeo” by Mitch...

moobie

moobie  n.— «Perhaps we plumbed new depths in the annals of body tyranny last week when The Sun published a hall of shame of “moobies”—its neologism for male boobs.» —“Do my moobs look big in this?” by Deirdre...

swivel chair job

swivel chair job  n.— «Other dilated sarcastically on the difference between a swivel chair job at the city hall and one which kept the holder thereof on his feet all day between counters or in factories under conditions calculated to...

fobbit

fobbit  n.— «Administrative specialists who never leave the fob are known, with some condescension, as fobbits. Like every soldier here, a fobbit could be killed at any time by a random rocket or mortar round. But on most days the greatest...

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