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1. A catch phrase commonly used by White Sox announcer Ken Harrelson.

2. Standard parlance of an incompetent hillbilly; staple of stylized speech patterns associated with South Carolinian trailer communities; used to "describe" an event (or even a sequence of events) without uttering more than 8 or 9 syllables; in essence, a substitute for original thought.

· He gone

· Gaaaas

· Duck snort

· Grab some bench

· Chopper, two hopper

· Cinch it up and hunker down

· Sit back, relax, and strap it down

· I Luuuuuuuv cotton candy

· I Luuuuuuuv e-mail

· I Luuuuuuuv America

· I Luuuuuuuv when you analyze

· I Luuuuuuuv hats

· I Luuuuuuuv that duck

· Catbird seat

· Hang wiff 'em

· Roll him up right here

· Sacks packed with Sox

· You can cancel the post game show

· C'mon, you gotta do some chunkin' right here

· We've got 'em right where we want 'em

· Zone him in, reel him in, and light him up

· Gotta bristle up right here

· Big hack, no contack

· C'mon, be a two strike hitter

· We got a whooole lotta work to do

· He's on the bump tomorrow

· That ball hit deep

· Dadgum right

· Good speed aboard

· He needs to bow his neck

· Right size, wrong shape

· He just missed that one

· Double barrel of action

· Down to their last bullet

· Thank you very much

· Ducks on the pond

· Rack ‘em up

· Stay fair

· Get foul

· Poof

· Ball 4 base hit

· Should be…it is

· Mercy!

· Get on back there


· Can-o-corn

· Pick-to-click

· Sucks it up

· Watch out

· He got a cookie there D.J.

· The dreaded leadoff walk

· Getting ridden hard and put away wet

· Lookin' for it, got it, and couldn't do nothin' with it

· "Heiny bird???"

· That's trouble

· This game is "O-VAH!"

· Way back, he looks up, you can put it on the board...YES!

· This ball game is ova!
by Heave the Hawk June 26, 2009
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A new term used to describe the foreign policy of modern America since 9/11, specifically aggressive rhetoric towards Iraq, Iran, Russia, China, and other Eastern nations, with American militaristic, cultural, and ideological imperialism enforcing this rhetoric

Also includes American interventionist policy in foreign wars, affairs, and diplomatic relations

Derived from the term "hawkish" but places it as an ideology rather than an attitude

Similar to militarism and imperialism but is specifically American - the opposite of non-interventionism
America has used terrorism and any other international growing power to justify hawkism - some would call it empire building
by TheOppugnant February 22, 2017
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