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bootleg

bootleg  adj.— «“You guys need to get new headphones. Most of them are so bootleg! They don’t work and kill my ears. Please.”…”Libby admits that until hearing from you, she’d never used a pair of headphones in the...

sack up

sack up  v.— «My only response to diablo is to sack up and grow a pair.» —“Re: Love and Death” by maszakj@pell1l8.alleg.edu (Jonathan Maszak) Usent: alt.romance.chat Mar. 11, 1994. (source: Double-Tongued...

sally-port

sally-port  n.— «Directly facing the arena, a pair of massive sanitation trucks and an intricate blockade of barriers line the 33rd Street vehicle checkpoint. They are the type in use at embassies around the world. Their goal is two-fold:...

p

p  n.— «Police discovered at least four youngsters, one a 10-year-old, had allegedly been used by the pair as assistants in making methamphetamine also known as P.» —“Dawn raids target P dealers in Hawke’s...

ferret legging

ferret legging  n.— «I’ve got the perfect self-induldgent sport for this ….. git. Ferret Legging. First, one puts on a pair of woolen trousers. Under wear is illegal. Second, rope is secured around the cuffs at the ankle. Third, two...

discordant couple

discordant couple n. a pair of long-term sexual partners, such as a married couple, in which one is infected with a sexually transmitted disease and the other is not. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)