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scanlation  n.— «Would “Fruits Basket”—a quirky romantic comedy about a young girl who becomes the housekeeper for a family whose members are cursed to transform into animals whenever they’re embraced by members of the opposite...


plusing  n.— «The agency will be marked, he said, “by what Disney called ‘plusing.’ When a client comes to us he will have certain expectations. If we ‘plus’ that, when he leaves he will say, ‘Boy, I got more from that than I thought...


 n.— «A few paleoconservative economists in academia have made careers in this numbers racket.» —“Willing Goodness” The Nation (New York City) Oct. 20, 1984. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)


trashcanistan  n.— «Outside the wire surrounding their bases, soldiers jokingly trade names for their temporary home: Trashcanistan, Asscrackistan.» —“Letter from Afghanistan” by Scott Baldauf The Nation (New York...


IDP n. a person who is a refugee or (forced) migrant within his own nation (or region). Etymological Note: internally displaced person(s) or people. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

green GDP

green GDP n. a reconciliation of a nation’s economic record with its environmental record. Etymological Note: GDP = Gross Domestic Product. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)