32 definitions by lisa_urban

To reach ones objective by way of standing patiently in line (in a queu)
Doris finally reached the post office counter peculiarly
by lisa_urban May 17, 2008
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1) Popular and democratically elected President of the United States Of America
2) Region of Pubic Hair Surrounding Genitals
Combining both 1) and 2) above: My Bush (def: #2) would make a better president (re: def: Bush#1)
by lisa_urban May 16, 2008
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A Vegtable of Prey found in pastural agricultural areas of the US midwest
It looks like these rabbits have been eaten by a Tomahawk! You can tell by the pips left by the carcass
by lisa_urban May 17, 2008
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A person posessing qualities that make them a good choice to ask or invite to a party.
Bob is very inevitable, why don't you invite him to the party?
by lisa_urban May 18, 2008
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1) (European) def: Those who spend too long around horses so that they adopt horse-like characteristics such as "saddle arse" and "buckers". Over time it can be difficult to determine who should be riding who. This causues confusion during breeding season. Horse people usually live in dog dominated houses. They are also frequently barking mad and should be treated with respect and caution.
2) (Universal) def: Mythical Creatures.
3) (USA MidWest) def: People.
1) Stay away from the wilkinson-hybred-smyths. They're Horse People you know!
2) Stay away from those strange mythical creatures. They're Horse People you know!
3) Have a nice day!
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To pay for an item or service in advance
The new I-phone would be in such high demand that Bob went to the I-store ahead of the release date to pretend.
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Modern Usage has transgressed somewhat from the (original definition) - An individual or group of individuals brought to power by a majority vote of the electorate.
For modern usage See: Bush(USA), Mugabe(Zimbabwe), Gordon Brown(UK), Thein Sein (burma), Mahmoud Ahmadinejad(iran), Vladimir Putin& Dmitry Medvedev (Russia) Jalal TALABANI (Iraq) who have all been Democratically Elected in the past few years. Scary isn't it?
Your grandfather, somebody's son, a woman's husband, a father and thousands like him died in a war fighting for the right to freedom and democracy. I'm so pleased we have all upheld those morals so that we can all say that our leaders are Democratically Elected (see farce)!
by lisa_urban May 16, 2008
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