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Definition of Linsanity

Linsanity

noun - uncountable

  • the outstanding play by New York Knicks' guard Jeremy Lin. It is used instead of "insanity".

    Last edited on Feb 21 2013. Submitted by Searcized from Nashville, TN, USA on Feb 17 2012.

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