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#206794 - 08/25/12 02:55 AM Time out for Hogwash
Loc: down under
"To know only English it to narrow your horizons" (me)
As I said, I heard this word on TV last week and looked it up. Its not mentioned in onelook.com but it is a genuine word.
I like the meaning so much and think we should adopted it immediately, into the English language.
Send your best daffynitions to Candy (via PM) and I will see that it happens!
PS...if you are new to the game of hogwash, and want to play, ask your questions here.
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