Home » Dictionary » twizzle


 n.— «“Ironically, that’s the element these two are know for being amazing at,” interjected Susie Cluett of a reputation for close proximity, unison and quality through the two required ‘twizzle’ (side by side moving spins) sections.» —“Celebrating silver” by Jeff Tribe Tillsonburg News (Ontario, Canada) Feb. 15, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

Leave a comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Further reading

Familiar Strangers (episode #1594)

If you take up texting and social media late in life, there’s a lot to learn! A twenty-something wants advice getting her dad up to speed on memes, Instagram, and animated images. Plus, when you’re on a long road trip, what do you call...

What in Tarnation (episode #1599)

Language is always evolving, and that’s also true for American Sign Language. A century ago, the sign for “telephone” was one fist below your mouth and the other at your ear, as if you’re holding an old-fashioned candlestick...