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Definition of yard sale

yard sale


  • a fall on a ski slope in which one's equipment comes off. The hat, poles, skis, etc. are scattered about, resembling a yard sale.
    Look, there's a yard sale.

    Last edited on Oct 13 2013. Submitted by james k. from Carmel Valley, CA, USA on Jan 16 2002.


  • to fall down spectacularly; "wipe out".
    Ouch, he totally yard saled. I bet that hurt.

    Last edited on Oct 13 2013. Submitted by Rachel M. from Ontario, Canada on Nov 08 2005.

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Definitions include: a very hard kick to the female genitals ("cunt").
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Definitions include: acronym for "Back Yard University".
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Definitions include: junk or salvage yards
Definitions include: the entirety of something.
Definitions include: one's home.
Definitions include: all together in your yard.

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