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trashcanistan

trashcanistan  n.— «Be sure to have exposure to international economies. You don’t have to buy shares in the Trashcanistan Fund to be a global investor.» —“Forecast 2000 Profits are strong. Inflation is tame. Are we in a New Era? Sure...

hot shoe

hot shoe n. a reckless or unnecessarily fast race-car driver; (hence) a winning driver. Also hotshoe. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

hot shoe

hot shoe  n.— «The Hendrick Motorsports camp hopes rookie Brian Vickers can be the next hotshoe at the slightly-banked bullring.» —“Virginia is For Lovers—Fans Can’t Help But Adore Martinsville” by Bill Whitehead The...

hot shoe

hot shoe  n.— «The long chutes and wide sweeping turns of this fabulous clay oval will give these drivers ample room to enjoy life in the fast line as they battle for the checkered flag.…Now let’s find out who’s got the hot shoe...

hot shoe

hot shoe  n.— «Anyone who gets behind the wheel of a race car is taking a risk, but a “hotshoe” is someone who travels at higher-than-usual speeds and takes unusually risky chances.» —“The hotshoe flipped at the chicane:...

hot shoe

hot shoe
 n.— «(title)» —“Hot shoes battle for supremacy in F2000 series” by Brian Moore Toronto Star (Can.) Aug. 28, 1993. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)