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frindle

frindle  n.— «The award-winning book’s star, in defiance of his dictionary-worshipping teacher, invents and spreads his own word for the common pen: Frindle.» —“In Our Schools: Master one language, invent another” by Howard...

matchbook college

matchbook college  n.— «The school, because it was a private venture and not affiliated with any established universities, was criticized by academics as a “diploma mill” and a “matchbook college.”» —“PETA...

matchbook college

matchbook college  n.— «Also Zeman is the new Sally Struthers for a “matchbook college,” so we know that school is for FULL FIGURED women.» —“Re: GH: Bobbie’s (Jackie’s) Acting” by dz895@cleveland.Freenet.Edu...

matchbook college

matchbook college n. a (real or figurative) school of higher learning with low academic standards. Also matchbook university. Etymological Note: From the supposed tendency of such a school to advertise on matchbook covers. Sometimes capitalized as...

matchbook college

matchbook college
 n.— «I can get an honorary degree from some matchbook college anytime I want.» —by Porter Bibb Ted Turner: It Ain’t As Easy as It Looks Sept. 1, 1997. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

matchbook college

matchbook college  n.— «Modern American politics are dominated by cheesy, simplistic sound bites. Political consultants and some politicians must believe all voters are graduates of Matchbook University’s course on Simple Minds and Short...

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