(n) An administrator of the typical sort, who rose to power more through ambition, aggression and connections than through skill, education or intelligence, and who does more to obstruct than to facilitate the functioning and operations of the institution.
The obstructicator was proud of the new forms he had created to cover every possible activity that could be carried out in his department.
(n) The lumpy, gelatinous fruit of the noni tree. The fruit has been used traditionally to repel ants and treat eye ailments. Because of its foul smell, slimy texture and evil taste, some people think that it is good for them, and they drink its juice.
My kids used to enjoy having slime fruit fights, after which they didn't have to worry about being bitten by fire ants.
1. (n) A driver who obstructs traffic in a parking lot waiting for someone to vacate a parking place.
2. (v) The act of obstructing traffic in a parking lot while waiting for a parking place to open.
1. The vulture was waiting for a place in the front row, even though there were plenty of places open in the next row.
2. He was vulturing me so closely that I didn't have room to back out.
(v) To abuse a vehicle: to drive a car on rough terrain for which it was not intended, to haul more in a truck than it was designed to carry. Newfoundland slang.
My shocks are ruined since my boy shithauled the car last week.
(n) blackflies, a kind of small biting fly or gnat. The word has the same Native American root as the name of the town Punxsutawney, PA.
If you are surrounded by a cloud of punkies, go into a car or tent, and they will all land on the walls. Then you can squish them easily.
(n) The roll of fat under the chin, a double chin.
George had a round face with a big wobbly guttle under his chin.
(n)A feral dog. Guam slang.
A pack of booney dogs attacked the cyclists.