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sack dance

sack dance  n.— «Barnett was criticized by television announcers for doing his samurai sack dance with the Packers trailing Philadelphia by 35 points.» —“Barnett’s Antics Annoy Sherman” by Jason Wilde in Green...

perp

perp  n.— «He ordered a Boston bull terrier and when the dog come accompanied by it’s [sic] pedygree it was found the pesky perp was born in some town in Wisconsin. Whaddyamean Boston bull?» —“Clunette Clippings” Lincoln...

Vanna White veto

Vanna White veto n. a form of line-item veto that permits an elected official to strike single letters in legislation. Editorial Note: This term is specific to Wisconsin, where this type of veto—also called a pick-a-letter veto and similar to the...

lumberjill

lumberjill  n.— «At Northland College in Wisconsin, the teams are known as the Lumberjacks and the Lumberjills.» —“The Gobblers’ Last Stand” by Ira Berkow New York Times Nov. 23, 1984. (source: Double-Tongued...

pipes

pipes  n.pl.— «Wiersma said she has not given in to the temptation to flex her pipes in front of the mirror mainly because there is more to this equation than muscle mass.» —“Wiersma Coming On Strong Uw Sophomore Builds A More Robust...

marbit

marbit  n.— «Circus Peanuts, and the marshmallow bits (called marbits) in Lucky Charms, are denser, grained marshmallows with some of the sugar in crystal form.» —“Mystery Of Circus Peanuts” by Richard Hartel, AnnaKate...