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babymoon

babymoon n. a planned period of calm spent together by a just-born baby and its parents; occasionally, time spent by parents without their baby; (hence) a vacation or holiday taken by a pregnant woman and her partner. Editorial Note: The latter...

babymoon

babymoon  n.— «The transition to fatherhood is easier when a man can take time off to be with his partner and baby in what I call a “Babymoon.” A couple lay in food and other necessities, lock the door, and go to bed with their...

wardrobing

wardrobing  n.— «Reports from south of the border say some U.S. retailers are using computer tracking to weed out habitual refunders, “wardrobers” (who buy clothes, wear them, then bring them back) and downright crooks...

wardrober

wardrober  n.— «Reports from south of the border say some U.S. retailers are using computer tracking to weed out habitual refunders, “wardrobers” (who buy clothes, wear them, then bring them back) and downright crooks...

babymoon

babymoon  n.— «I have learned a brand new word—”babymoon.”…This is just like taking a honeymoon except you’re pregnant. So, in truth, this must be nothing at all like a honeymoon, however, the purpose is to have one last...

fantoosh

fantoosh  adj.— «It seems to me very like the situation in England; Scots is closer to the short-word phase, having lost all its fantoosh expressions when it lost its Court and fashionable people in the 1600s.» —“Re:...