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An amusing term which appears so ubiquitously in various film adaptations of Jane Austin novels that it really should enter the public lexicon as a bit of tounge-in-cheek banter mocking the stilted, formal manner of speech common during the Regency period.
Chick: Dude, this party is great and all, but I've been sitting on this couch so long that my leg is falling asleep.
Dude: Shall we take a turn about the room?"
by Dovetchka December 22, 2005
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An amusing term which appears so ubiquitously in various film adaptations of Jane Austen novels that it really should enter the public lexicon as a bit of tounge-in-cheek banter mocking the stilted, formal manner of speech common during the Regency period.
Chick: Dude, my legs are really shaky after winning that drinking game.
Dude: Shall we take a turn about the room?
by Dovetchka December 23, 2005

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