Hybridized noun, a feeling of desperate, predatory hunger, such as that felt by a monstrous raven, looming over a subdued animal that it intends to enjoy as its next meal.
Ravening is also a t-shirt, featuring a graphic image to fit this irregular definition.
The shirt is made in the U.S.A. because, although we [...]
To ponder, while sinking your toes in the hot sand:
What is the definition of the word RELIGION?
…no, don’t go with the definition they’ve got in the printed in the big-bound dictionary. Share the definition as you think the word is actually used, or ought to be used.
How can you tell the difference [...]
Good-Hearted n (Homelandian; early 21st century): illegal. see especially Caproni, Valerie.
About 15,000 people are thought to live on boats in canals in London. Some real gongoozlers can be found over at the Canal Card Collectors Circle, which is affiliated with, but not completely consumed by, the Inland Waterways Association. [...]
Is General Motors still a juggernaut? That depends on which definition of the word you use. [...]
If we’re going to bother as citizens to oppose acts of tyranny in the Obama Administration, let’s focus on acts of hard tyranny such as these, rather than the supposed soft tyranny of using government funds to promote the general welfare, as the Constitution suggests. Soft tyranny, after all, appears not to really be tyranny at all, but mere inconvenience for an elite few. [...]
Those people who are calling upon the government to cut spending ought to take aim at our military’s nuclear submarines, which present a threat to the entire world, even if they never fire a shot. [...]
Unequivocal – 1) adjective, English: Admitting no doubt or misunderstanding; clear and unambiguous (American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition) ; 2) adjective, Obamanglish: Completely the opposite of one’s true intentions (Pragmatic Dictionary of Political Science, First Edition) [...]
We need government initiatives to encourage gruntlement and prevent disgruntlement. Why, just think about the benefits widespread gruntlement could bring. There is no more productive citizen than a gruntled citizen. [...]