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n. cross between "utter" and "blab/blubber/bluster" and such. Meant to convey a sense of poorly chosen words spoken in passion.
Bernie: She said what she heard wouldn't be hearsay. She looked it up. We were arguing, so it would qualify as an excited blutterance.
Alan Shore: Blutterance isn't even a word, much less a defense! You murdered someone over a fake word!

-Alan Shore (James Spader) Boston Legal
by k80theshade March 03, 2009
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Adj. Something that is expected to have a long lifespan by virtue of having existed for a long time, based on the lindy effect, named for the New York restaurant Lindy's, coined by Albert Goldman and popularized by Nassim Taleb.
cooking with fire is lindy
by mmebs June 13, 2021
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