woolly bugger
 n.— «“It’s like a woolly bugger,” the 61-year-old doctor explains as he wraps the green herl of a peacock feather around the metal shank of a fishhook, “but I’m going to tie it like a cockatouche.”» —“Inside Track Etobicoke’s Lord Of The Flies” Globe and Mail (Toronto, Canada) May 30, 1996. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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