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Browsing page 1 of new words for May 29, 2008

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grotty

  • Cheap, fifth-rate, nasty, unpleasant.
    It was a really grotty little convenience store.

    Last edited on May 11 2002. Submitted by Alan P. from Ottawa, ON, Canada on May 11 2002.

adjective

  • extremely distasteful, low, twisted, monstrous. from the word 'grotesque'. use by George Harrison in the Beatles movie "A Hard Day's Night."
    That pub crawl in 1998 was as grotty as anything I've ever done.

    Last edited on May 29 2008. Submitted by Harold Z. from Pleasanton, CA, USA on May 29 2008.

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grubbies

noun - uncountable

  • old or distressed clothing one wears to work in an environment that may be dirty or wet but that does not merit use of coveralls or protective gear.
    I wore my grubbies when I volunteered at the school carwash.

    Last edited on Jul 25 2010. Submitted by Harold Zimmerman from Pleasanton, CA, USA on May 29 2008.

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yardbird

  • chicken... Charlie "Yardbird" Parker, liked chicken, hence...

    Last edited on Jan 17 2006. Submitted by Jervinis, G. on Jan 17 2006.

noun

  • A chicken
    You drive up to the house, watch out for the yardbirds.

    Last edited on May 29 2008. Submitted by Harold Zimmerman from Pleasanton, CA, USA on May 29 2008.

  • A present or former convict. Derivation: Prisoners "on the yard" typically don't have a lot to do, so they spend a lot of time standing around in little groups, working out their social issues. Someone was reminded of chickens in the farmyard, perhaps.
    That place employs so many yardbirds, it's like little Attica.

    Last edited on May 29 2008. Submitted by Harold Zimmerman from Pleasanton, CA, USA on May 29 2008.

  • A hobo who would hang around a rail yard waiting for a train.

    Last edited on May 01 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on May 01 2013.

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