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Peek and Plumb

If you’re in a peek and plumb town, it’s a small one. You’ll have time for just a peek at it before you’ve plumb passed it by. A variant of plumb is plum, meaningly completely or utterly. This is part of a complete episode.

Nominations for Word of the Year 2007

In this episode, Grant offers peek at some expressions he’s nominating for the American Dialect Society’s Word of the Year vote in January. Will it be “w00t,” “subprime,” or something else? You can also check out...

turkey peek

turkey peek
 n.— «We take a turkey peek, then sprint across the compound.» —by Owen West Sharkman Six Oct., 2001. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

turkey peek

turkey peek  n.— «I crept along the wall and did a turkey peek around the entrance to her room.» —“‘How Mom Became My Slave’—Story” by Bonka Usenet: alt.sex.stories Feb. 26, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued...

turkey peek

turkey peek  n.— «In an effort to find his Marines, Taube said he risked injury by taking a “turkey peek” over his gravel pile to see if he could locate Robinett.» —“Wounded Marine awarded Purple Heart, accomplishes...

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