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prospiracy

prospiracy n. a secret plan by a group to do something beneficial. Editorial Note: Rather than originating with a single instance or person, this word is regularly re-coined as the antonym of “conspiracy.” (source: Double-Tongued...

bash

bash  n.— «Existing dealers in Dumfries, keen to meet demand, have been cutting the drug with potentially fatal fillers, or “bash” as it is known on the street, which can lead to thrombosis. The main agent used is diazepam, but...

Dust Off

Dust Off n. the military program of medical evacuation and transportation by air; an instance of such travel; a helicopter used for this purpose. Also dust-off. Etymological Note: The origin of this term is accurately described in the 1982 citation...

skiamorph

skiamorph  n.— «Survivals of this sort are known as “skiamorphs” (shadow shapes), and in one form or another they are very common in technology. A modern instance is the survival of timber graining on the surfaces of plastic...

rubber ear

rubber ear n. an attitude or instance of rejection, refusal, or unresponsiveness; the cold shoulder. Also v., to reject, refuse, or ignore. Editorial Note: Sometimes constructed similar to give (someone) the rubber ear or get the rubber ear...

gleek

gleek  v.— «I saw a guy on David Letterman snort milk up his nose and squirt it out his tear ducts. Given the fact that most kids have access to milk at the age when they like to gross people out it should be common to see kinds gleeking...

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