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spinky

spinky  adj.— «In no more time than it takes to make packaged pad Thai, you can whip up a spinky version using fresh ingredients and seasonings.» —“Banish The Box” by Maria Cianci San Francisco...

nos

nos  n.— «“Nos” or “laughing gas” as it is known, is sold in silver canisters used to whip cream, and had been readily available at dairies and some hardware stores.» —“Gas sniffs killed boy?” by Alice...

praise sandwich

praise sandwich  n.— «He may not have cracked the whip this time. Rather he pulled on the reins. He came up with a “praise sandwich,” criticism buffered by layers of affirmation.» —“Distractions often obscured purpose of...

Toyotarisation

Toyotarisation  n.— «Andrew Goudie, professor of geography at Oxford University, blames the process of Toyotarisation—a coinage reflecting the near-ubiquitous desert use of Toyota Land Cruisers—for destroying a thin crust of lichen and...

visibility whip

visibility whip n. a worker responsible for precisely orchestrating the presentation of placards, chants, and other demonstrations of support among delegates at a political convention, especially during speeches. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

visibility whip

visibility whip  n.— «Beatty Brasch of Omaha said her assignment at the Democratic National Convention is “visibility whip,” or cheerleader, of the Nebraska delegation. “It is extremely important that we demonstrate at...