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bonking

bonking  v.— «My goal is to be able to increase my efficiency at the higher cadences so I can spin without “blowing up” (in a crit) or “bonking” (in a long road race).» —“cadence matters” Usenet: rec...

stride of pride

stride of pride  n.— «Stride of Pride. A positive spin for the walk home after a night as a dragback. This is often used to describe men on their way home after getting lucky the night before.» —“Beach speak: A glossary for dating...

heavy ball

heavy ball  n.— «Patak hits what is known in volleyball parlance as a “heavy ball”—a shot without the usual top spin that is a sensitive blocker’s nightmare. “It’s like a knuckleball with a lot of heat on it,” UH...

triangulation

triangulation  n.— «Labour are expert at using the presentational device called “triangulation.” For those unfamiliar with the argot of the Westminster village, this involves pinching key planks of a rival party’s platform to...

caterpillaring

caterpillaring  n.— «What is caterpillaring? First we take the root word, caterpillar. A caterpillar is the elongated wormlike larva of a butterfly or moth. Basically it just moves from leaf to leaf eating and sleeping until such time it...

spin

spin v. in horseracing, to renege on an agreement to have a jockey ride a racehorse. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)