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resplence

resplence  n.— «An early morning shopping tour taken Saturday by Mrs. D.M. HUDSON, formerly of New York, but in Reno gaining a resplence at present, cost that handsome young woman $75.» —“Shopping Tour Proves...

booster bag

booster bag  n.— «“One thing that I look for when I come out here—people coming in with bags empty bags, almost empty bags, refer to it as a booster bag which is a lining inside the bag but open to guard against the metal detectors,”...

tumshie

tumshie  n.— «While doing my weekly shopping in our local supermarket, I was choosing a turnip and was appalled at the price of one—70-90p depending on size and they were tiny!…You’d be a right “tumshie” to pay that much...

body shopping

body shopping  n.— «“Body shopping” (which is the industry buzzword for hiring freelance IT consultants) should then be considered as outsourcing.» —“Technology outsourcing-wasting a great opportunity” by Marek...

fantoosh

fantoosh
 adj.— «There are quite a number who consider it more fantoosh to do their shopping in Perth.» —Dictionary of the Scots Language , 1947. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

gank

gank  v.— «In their confession to police, the two youths said they would go “make a run” or “gank an o.g.,” which means they would drive around until they spotted an elderly woman, usually at a bank or shopping...