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monkid

monkid  n.—Gloss: a monkey that is dressed and cared for as if it were a child. «Ms. Delaney’s primates come from laboratories, roadside zoos and misguided owners. Naturally feisty and easily bored in captivity, monkeys are far from being...

monkey shit

monkey shit  n.— «Back in my Navy days, working in Aft Engine Room on an repair ship, we had lots of cables (electric wires) running around—and passing thru bulkheads and into junction boxes, etc. At each point they passed into or thru...

dry meat

dry meat  n.—Gloss: a euphemism for bushmeat. «It takes strategic thinking to find monkey meat in New York. Best to avoid the word “monkey,” for one thing — start with something innocuous-sounding, like “dry meat...

monkey muscle

monkey muscle  n.— «The symptoms you describe are most likely the result of a tear in the one of the two heads of the main calf muscle—the gastrocnemius. This is also known as a “torn monkey muscle” injury, for reasons I don’t...

barmuda triangle

barmuda triangle  n.— «It reminded me of Vienna, where at a couple of bars in the barmuda triangle, everyone sang to a good song.» —“I teach kids how to headbang…“ by Helper Monkey (sistahmoon) The Adventures of...

monkey tail

monkey tail
 n.— «Monkey tail: The safety lines attached to an ironworker’s belt.» —“Chicago Speak” by Anne Keegan Chicago Tribune Feb. 3, 1994. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)