1) To wander aimlessly through Guangzhou Airport. 2) to defend your personal possessions by any means necessary. 3) To use the word monk as a basis for meaningless alliteration and/or extended hyperbole. 4) The ability to find a word that rhymes with orange.
1) I will not need to borrant (U.S) Boughrant (U.K) if I fly through Hong Kong. 2) I am usually a peaceful person but yesterday I had to borrant (U.S) Boughrant (U.K) my great aunt's antique salt and pepper shakers. 3) Moist monks meditate monstrously mainly on Monday in the Mississippi. 4) Orange rhymes with fork.
by Lambert the Literarian February 05, 2011