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surface snorting

surface snorting  n.— «Scores of Sydneysiders woke to the sight of thick white smoke coming from a Collins-class submarine off Sydney’s northern beaches this morning, but their fears of a fire were unfounded—it was just the ageing sub’s...

tiger cruise

tiger cruise  n.—Gloss: a trip aboard a military vessel in which sailors are accompanied by friends and family. «The aircraft carrier-like vessel arrived on Friday, picked up family members for what’s known as a “tiger cruise,”...

pogo sticking

pogo sticking  n.—Gloss: on the Web, going back and forth from a main page to various sub pages in search of information, usually as a result of being unable to easily find something. «It was early in 2006, and Matt Carey, the new CTO of...

moose knuckle

moose knuckle n. a (prominent) pudendum; the appearance of the (male or female) sex organs in tight clothing. Editorial Note: A related term is camel toe. The divergent understandings of a term like moose knuckle—some people claim it only applies to...

gedunk

gedunk  n.— «Ron Phelix, a sub vet from the Malone area, raved about the food on the USS Skipjack from 1960 to ‘64. He said they had “geeddunks,” a slang term for doughnuts and cinnamon buns, each night at midnight.» —“Sub...

troca

troca  n.— «Aquí no se subían en sus camionetas, sino en sus trocas.» —“Sorry, yo no spekeo español, ni english. Spanglish, for plis” by César Fernando Zapata La Crónica (Mexico D.F...