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 n.— «(title)» —“Themes and Variations: Antiques and Junque” by Ray Vicker Wall Street Journal May 23, 1963. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)


hummy  n.— «“He said the magazine was interested in publishing some of my hummingbird photos.”…The magazine featured a page of text and what English fondly refers to as her “centerfold of hummies.”» —“Local...


super-cell  n.— «The storms contained numerous rotating thunderstorms, commonly known as super-cells, which spawned a number of funnel clouds across Southern Illinois, southwestern Indiana and western Kentucky.» —“Funnel clouds...

single desk

single desk  n.— «“U.S. Wheat Associates, an organization largely funded by the U.S. Government, is openly using this issue to undermine international confidence in our single desk,” the local term for the wheat export monopoly...


gassing  n.— «For what purpose are these prison prophylactics to be used? Inmates often indulge in a practice known as “gassing,” which is the act of using their own bodily fluids as a weapon.» —“The Fourth Annual Nosey...


 n.— «The object of doing a kegstand is to drink as much as you can, for as long as you can, without stopping.» —“Kegstands” by Ray James Man Show on Tap Oct. 19, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)