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chin music

  • idle talk, chatter.
    Whenever those two get together, all they do is make a lot of chin music.

    Last edited on Oct 15 2003. Submitted by Kurt M. from Detroit, MI, USA on Oct 15 2003.

  • (Baseball) a pitch aimed at a batter's face or jaw, usually to get the batter to step back from the plate.
    ...and Zito brushes Giambi off the plate with a little chin music.

    Last edited on Oct 15 2003. Submitted by Kurt M. from Detroit, MI, USA on Oct 15 2003.

  • White lies.
    You've owed me the rent for over a week, but all you've given me is a lot of chin music.

    Last edited on Oct 15 2003. Submitted by Kurt M. from Detroit, MI, USA on Oct 15 2003.

  • (Boxing) A hard punch to the jaw, usually from the side.
    Trinidad gave Oscar Dela Hoya a little chin music.

    Last edited on Oct 15 2003. Submitted by Kurt M. from Detroit, MI, USA on Oct 15 2003.

noun

  • Mocking another with false sympathy by pretending to play a tiny violin at one's chin.
    As John launched into his excuse for missing class, his teacher said, "Cry me a river" and began playing chin music.

    Last edited on Dec 16 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 16 2014.

noun - uncountable

  • facial hair around the chin or mouth on a male. Especially used in the context of baseball pitchers, derived from the other sense of this term which involves baseball.

    Last edited on Jul 02 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 14 2013.

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roll on

verb

  • to give names of accomplices to law enforcement authorities.
    We arrested one member of the gang, and he rolled on his fellow gang members.

    Last edited on Jun 14 2013. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Jun 14 2013.

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shoe

verb - transitive

  • to throwing a shoe at a person or people. This can be a political action when the target is an authority figure, politician, or celebrity and can be used as a means of protesting against the target's political beliefs, or against perceived arrogance or vanity. Perpetrators generally regard the act as a form of ridicule to embarrass and humiliate the victim. In some U.S. states shoeing may conform to definitions of the crime of battery, but not assault.

    Compare with pieing.

    Last edited on Jun 14 2013. Submitted by wordsmith on Jun 14 2013.

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