(v.) During golf match play, when a golfer forces his or her opponent to make their next shot to tie the hole.
by Golfer N March 24, 2018
Overly cautious self quarantine of potential corona virus even though it’s only a cold doing the rounds from work or that sore throat from the overly air conditioned plane you just caught which may or may not have had someone with corona virus on.
by Crafty-Cockney March 06, 2020
In Winslow, Arizona, there's a sign indicating The Corner, which is mentioned in the Eagles' song "Take It Easy".
by Starchylde May 27, 2016
The ability to a smoke a bowl of sensi one segment at a time by holding the lighter at an oblique angle to each unburned "corner" in turn, thereby allowing multiple persons to receive a fresh hit.
by mobiustrip June 27, 2005
A word commonly known in the food service industry by servers who frequently enter and exit the kitchen with their hands full. Servers call out "Corner" as they approach the entryway to and from the kitchen when they have trays, glassware and/or plates in their hands. The purpose of this is to warn anyone who may be approaching from the other direction, unseen by the person calling out "Corner" and thus avoiding a collision and the subsequential spill of aforementioned plates/glassware. Servers new to the industry usually find themselves saying "Corner" out of work when they approach a corner, and it is cause for much laughter and embarrassment.
by instrumentoffear May 07, 2009
by yer May 19, 2003
by Nick Kurszewski May 30, 2008