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heeling

heeling  n.— «Even if one hasn’t had firsthand experience zipping across sidewalks on a pair of shoes with wheels in the heels, most everyone is familiar with “heeling,” as the activity is called.» —“Heelys Hazardous for...

chicken cutlet

chicken cutlet  n.— «I keep reading about the hollywood stars who use in their own words “chicken cutlets” silicone breasts for extra cleavage for award shows. I splurged and got a pair—I love them. They feel absolutely normal...

shoefiti

shoefiti  n.— « Shoefiti…Beginning last fall, I started sending “Street Light Outage” reports to Xcel whenever I spotted a pair of shoes on lines in our fair city. » —“Shoefiti” by Ed Kohler in...

squeaky bum time

squeaky bum time  n.— «The pair are on one-over and in need of the win. Harrington’s position is almost as simple—first or second if Casey is in the top 35, third if he finishes outside it. At the moment Casey is tied 35th. Yes, it truly...

ears

ears  n.pl.— «“Most guys find it a turn-on, girls with guns,” she said, a pair of earmuffs—“ears,” in range parlance—hanging from her purse strap.» —“‘Girls with guns'” by Jason Ryan The State (South...

uniplural

uniplural  adj.— «Every currency pair in forex is a spread. Forex shows the relationship between the two currencies in the form of a ratio spread. Because the pair is uniplural, i.e., treated as a single entity, there is an open, high...