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huck

huck v. to throw, to toss, to short-arm; in disc-based sports, to throw for distance; in cycling, kayaking, snowboarding, and similar sports, to ride over a drop-off. Editorial Note: This term is probably related to chuck ‘to throw with a short arm...

L

L  n.— «The other day I blogged some of the words to a song called “Must Be the Money” by a rap group called Nelly. The verse is…”If you want to go take a ride with me, smoke an L in the back of my Benz...

chones

chones n.pl. underwear, especially undershorts or panties. Also chonies, choners. Editorial Note: Despite its proximity to a mention of lingerie, chonies in the 1928 citation is probably a typographical error for chorines. Etymological Note:...

feature

feature
 n.— «Feature: All the man-made goodies available in the park to ride or jib on.» —“The terms of terrainment” Sacramento Bee (California) Dec. 30, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

cuff and stuff

cuff and stuff  v.— «They are “cruising for crooks,” or “fishing for felons.” Suspects are “hooked and crooked,” “cuffed and stuffed,” “nailed and jailed,” and they “ride...

silo budget

silo budget  other.— «Under a managed care concept the incentives for comprehensive and continuous care over ride silo budget approaches common in Medicare and medicaid systems.» —“Re: Unversal Health Care For Iraq but Not For the USA...