The pellegrino pass is a pass invented by pellegrino and coined by his coach. The Pellegrino is a very distinctive pass, as it is shown by passing a ball in the middle of nowhere to the other/opposing team without looking

The term is not limited to a direct adjective of pass but rather can be used as a proper noun or an indirect adjective
Proper noun - "That pass looked exactly like The Pellegrino!"

Adjective forms - "That was a pellegrino pass"
"That pass was a pellegrino"

Adverb: "Stop your pellegrino passing"
by spaghettimonsterss August 23, 2009

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