Broader use of the old term "mowed my lawn" or "mowing my lawn," across a wider range of applications. It used to mean blatantly attempting to steal someone's female interest but now means generally rudely stealing or taking something cunningly, and usually right in front of their face.
Lisa stole a commission from me - she mowed my lawn.
by hundalair January 30, 2009
Can you define these popular missing words?