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wooly booger

wooly booger
 n.— «But Old Man Harden said no, that he wasn’t in the business of sentiment, and that while it was a woolly booger of a call, he had to go with a young hot hand who had a future over an old master in his last bloom.» —“Profits get priority in picking which ram to put out to pasture” by Billy Porterfield Austin American-Statesman (Texas) Apr. 25, 1993. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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