Top Definition
pronouced like the letter "O and a lifetime", this phrase is commonly used while watching baseball games and someone who isn't hitting the ball well is at the plate.
Oriole Fan #1 - There's two outs, bases loaded in the bottom of the 9th, who's on deck?

Oriole Fan #2 - Miguel Tejada

Oriole Fan #1 - Oh great, Tejada is "0 and a lifetime" against this pitcher. It's over.
by Huha93 December 07, 2010
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