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pooch punt

pooch punt n. in American football, a kick made just short of the opposing goal; a kick made for purposes of strategy rather than for scoring a field goal. Also as v., to pooch-punt, to pooch-kick, or to pooch (a ball). Also pooch kick, n. Editorial...

pooch punting

pooch punting  n.— «He is unbelievable in what people call pooch punting, kicking the ball inside the 20-yard line.» —“Wildcat notebook” by Tim Bisel Capital-Journal (Topeka, Kan.) Oct. 28, 2005. (source:...

gimme sale

gimme sale  n.— «Midwesterners refer to them as yard sales, and if you are from the south you may call them porch or “gimme” sales.» —“Garage sales are Americana” by Elaine Bellucci North County...

lock-it-and-leave-it

lock-it-and-leave-it  adj.— «People seeking a second home on the coast or in urban centers prefer condominiums for the convenience, Kuper said. They don’t want to mess with yard work. The trend has generated a new phrase; these are...

yard sale

yard sale  n.— «Yard sale: A horrendous crash that leaves all of your belongings scattered as if on display for sale. Also a skiing term.» —“Cycling through the lingo” Ventura County Star (California) July 4, 2005...

hardscaping

hardscaping  n.— «Have your thought of adding a patio? A garden path? Or building a raised bed with a decorative retaining wall border?…Nate Farkas, a Hermitage, Tenn.-based sales representative for Pavestone, says hardscaping, as...

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