A marriage motivated primarily by a desire to hurt or get even with someone else.
"She soon found out that her spite marriage to Bob was a big mistake. You see, Tom didn't care -- in fact he congratulated them both with the utmost sincerity."
A warehouse where. after a small membership fee, one can bring one's family to get free breakfast, lunch, and dinner -- commonly known as 'samples'.
We were hungry, so we went on an outing to Costco.
The more proper term, to refer to a 'Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saint' --instead of the possibly slightly derogatory epithet 'Mormon'. Also, it may be more proper to say 'LDS' -- as in, "He's LDS" and not "He's an LDS" --unless one says "He's an LDS member.'
Are you LDS?
February 02, 2015
Behavior in which one juggles many girls seeming at one time, but really in quick succession.
If you don't watch it, your Mambo Number 5 life may come down like a house of cards.
A single-minded action -- usually in reference to an aggressive act of killing something or someone.
"You need to wipe out the enemy with extreme prejudice."
To take vacation or comfort in the solitude one's own home --in effect wrapping oneself up, away from crowds or busy other places.
Some sociologist say that more and more more Americans, tired of increasing discomforts and cost of travel take to cocooning in one's own home.
A lexicographic wonder comprising 20 volumes of mostly abstruse words, from the graveyard of the English language, in which old gentleman of Anglo-Saxon origin refer to as a conversation piece when drinking their tea with their cronies and chaps; sometimes it is actually referred to promote dry erudite works of literature.
"Jeeves" could you bring me volume 14 from the Oxford English Dictionary?" "There is a word from Shakespeare, of which I am not quite sure."
January 31, 2015