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chippy

chippy  adj.— «“The boys did get a little chippy” in Thursday night’s game, said North head coach Frank Anzalone. “We just don’t want to see the boys dropping our gloves and fighting and an American sports festival. There is no...

fiending

fiending  n.— «“Whoever did it,” the man said, “must have been fiending for drugs, that’s all they do around here. They tried to rob an ice cream truck. I mean how much money is on an ice cream truck. That’s stupid...

geedunk

geedunk  n.— «It depended on where you were and what your uniform was, what you could do. It wasn’t too bad a life. We’d go down to the ice cream parlor and get a geedunk—a pint of ice cream—and go to the movies.» —by Joy Waldron...

gedunk

gedunk n. ice cream, a dessert, a snack, or any easy-to-consume food; a store, mess hall, or other place where such treats are bought or eaten. Also geedunk, gedonk, geedonk. Editorial Note: In the 1925 citation to gedunk, meaning ‘to dunk (food),’...

geedunk

geedunk
 n.— «Then we would ask the carrier to send over all the geedunk (ice cream) they had.» —by Ben Bradlee A Good Life Sept. 11, 1996. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

choc-top

choc-top  n.— «Choc-tops are just an ice cream that you’d get from the movies—small ball of ice cream on a cone covered in chocolate. They came pre-made, so they were different to normal ice cream with chocolate. But they were always a...