Pooragami (verb)- to artfully re-construct one's existing resources in order to accommodate the demands of recent economic hardship.
(noun) something made into pooragami.
(verb)- "We can't afford Crate & Barrel's new designer glassware, so Sara and I are gonna pooragami our old jam jars this summer."

(noun)- "Gee, Bruce, that giant-size industrial wire-spool you're using as a dinner table is a fine example of pooragami!"
by Barron Von Gooseberries March 08, 2009

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