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Perisabeautiful, inspiring, unique, and intelligent:added by
2 years ago
looA toilet facility, 'restroom', men or ladies lounge in Great Britain; This term can is used globally:added by
2 years ago
boutBoxing Sport Vernacular:added by
2 years ago
BOUTBoxing Sport Vernacular:added by
2 years ago
peesSomething a chipmunk eats. Listed online in "what do chipmunk eat?"added by
2 years ago
bierstubeTavern, barroom, saloon, pub,added by
2 years ago
roueA lecherous and dissipated male:added by
2 years ago
jointHabitat, Living Quarters, Apartment, Room in Rooming House, Flat, Abode, Attic Sleeping Room, Basement Quarters, Barroom, Saloon, BierStube, Hangout, 'Over-Eaves' Room, Squalid Habitat.added by
2 years ago
rueFrenxh for street/avenue,way,added by
2 years ago
logiOverstuffed lounge-chairs in a theatre setting available for extra fee.added by
2 years ago
'wolfed'bite--off, chew little, swallow rapidly one's food; in the manner of a canine or wolf of the forest:added by
2 years ago
'patch'A repair of damage to a variety of objects, areas, things:added by
2 years ago
'patch'In agriculture; a small area of a large field of diverse berries. beans, flowers, plants:added by
2 years ago
'shock'A vertical stacking. piling, arranging of corn stalks or sheafs of field-grain so as to allow slow drying and ripening prior to shelling or threshing: Archaic 2015:added by
2 years ago
stileA wooden separator in 'case-cabinet'-making or window fabricating.added by
2 years ago
'Over the Stile'A 'stile' in rural settings is a set of three or four steps arranged on both sides of a fieldstone rock wall in order to provide pedestrians ability to cross-over a field's border wall:added by
2 years ago
'smearcase'A nickname for small or large curd cottage cheese; Probably evolved from early European farmers who made their own cheese varieties:added by
2 years ago
'WhimWauzer for a Duck's Bridle'.A childish nickname for imaginary devices or those yet to be imagined:added by
2 years ago
Bessemer SteelName given to inventor/steelmaker, 'Besssemer' wherein he introduced additional Oxygen to the steel vats during production with resultant, stronger, more durable steel sheets:added by
2 years ago
VictrolaThe name later assigned to the improved 'phonograph' contrived by Thomas Alva Edison while residing in Washington, DC;added by
2 years ago
'Bark-Tree'The ultimate nighttime destiny of a coonhound was the discovery of the tree where the racoon had taken refuge.The coon-dog alerted his master of the whereabouts of the hunted ringtail by loud, sharp barking at the base of the tree:added by
2 years ago
Hi-TopsA variety of leather boots featuring closure with three-fourths of lacing holes and one fourth of hooks at the top quarter section. Boots were laced with cotton or whang leather Fashion was quite popular with hunters, explorers, seamen and aviators during early 1900's. Some styles featured a small snap-secured side pocket for a handy penknife:added by
2 years ago
SlumgullionA watery mixture of cooked meats of less than appetizing appearance, taste, quality or gradation: A meat stew hastily slung together in cooking vessel in a primitive, lackadaisical fashion:added by
2 years ago
GatNickname/ vulgarization for; handgun, pistol, gun, revolver,' iron',added by
2 years ago
VelocipedeThree wheeled vehicle with bicycle-type 'USER' seat attached to the central frame. Foot pedals for propulsion by USER were attached to axle of a large diameter front wheel. Transverse handlebars attached to supporting fork of front wheel enabled steering. Two trailing wheels on transverse rear axle supported the rear of the frame. Also known as the 'tricycle' was manufactured in size and sturdy construction for use by youths and adults. Became popular for Senior Citizen devotees. Vulgarizations of vehicle; Trike, Tryke, Tricycle:added by
2 years ago

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