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1. v. i. To go balls out, put forth a great effort.
2. v. i. To take a risk, go out on a limb.
Pipe organs have little plungers called stops which control the volume. When the stops are pushed all the way in, the sound is very quiet. When pulled all the way out, the sound is very loud.
She pulled all the stops and cooked me a delicious candlelit dinner. Then she pulled all the stops and asked me if I thought she looked fat in that dress.
by fizzle April 22, 2004
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