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mocketing

mocketing  n.— «The “Cheat Death” ad in Rolling Stone last year began with “Dying is so dead” and went on to assert that the stuff “can help prevent premature aging, heart disease, stroke, Alzheimer’s, even...

Texican

Texican  adj.— «We think it’s wonderful that the Rolling Stones, those icons of rock, will be closing the show for Los Lonely Boys, three brothers from San Angelo who have given rock a definite “Texican”—as they call it—accent...

baleboosta

baleboosta  n.— «She was, in the truest sense, a baleboosta, a Yiddish term meaning a remarkable cook and “boss of the kitchen.” My father tells stories of her legendary cooking: Rolling out enough dough to cover the kitchen...

hully-gully

hully-gully  adj.— «There was no hully-gully in Sutton’s teams. The Razorbacks played good solid, spirited defense, a gene from Sutton’s training under Henry Iba at Oklahoma A&M.» —“Sutton Got Ball Rolling In The...

noforn

noforn  adj.— «In addition to being classified secret, the road map is also stamped noforn, meaning it cannot be shared even with our allies.» —“The Man Who Sold the War” by James Bamford Rolling Stone Nov. 17...

rolling thunder

rolling thunder  n.— «Rolling Thunder. We don’t need Michael Fish to explain this one: a poll of, say, a constant 1,000, but each day knocking off a set number and replacing them with newcomers, to give continuity while freshening things...

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