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kiss-and-ride

kiss-and-ride  n.— «At the terminal building, the wife and husband pull into a special place to park long enough to discuss last minute family matters…and for that parting kiss! This husbad is the “Kiss-and_Ride”...

guitar pull

guitar pull  n.— «There’s a scene in Heartworn Highways, the late Jim Szalapski’s 1975 documentary on singer/songwriters, that takes place around Guy Clark’s kitchen table on Christmas Eve. It’s a “guitar pull”—a term used to...

convivium

convivium  n.— «Miami and Tallahassee have chapters, which the Slow Food folk refer to as conviviums. I guess it is slower and more impressive to say than “chapter.” And the plural “convivia” clearly has more cachet...

gaunch

gaunch  n.— «“Didja see the way I incapacitated him with my monkish gaunch pull?” cried Dingbat excitedly. There was a pause. “Uh, Dingbat, he’s not wearing a gaunch.”» —“Humorous Story (Part Two)” by...

gonch

gonch
 n.— «We go to bingo then get together for a spirited game of gonch pull, or more commonly know as—wedgee.» —“Hi!” Usenet: k12.chat.senior Nov. 20, 1992. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

Johnny Jihad

Johnny Jihad  n.— «love the skyline and stars out here, i can’t say that enough. amazing…only in the middle east…I gotta hand it to johnny jihad, this place is beautiful at night.» —“Is That A Straight Six?…I Got A...

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