Oakley

noun: A complimentary ticket or pass. Also known as an Annie Oakley.

Orwellism

noun: Something misleading, such as a word or phrase used euphemistically or ambiguously for propaganda purposes.

Yarborough

noun: In a card game, a weak hand, especially one in which no card is above a nine.

Apgar

noun: A method of assessing a newborn’s health. Also known as Apgar score.

Trojan

noun: 1. A person from Troy. 2. One who exhibits great stamina, energy, and hard work. 3. A merry fellow. 4. In …

canter

verb tr., intr.: 1. To move at an easy pace. 2. To ride a horse at a canter. noun: 1. An easy …

Roman holiday

noun: An entertainment event where pleasure is derived from watching gore and barbarism.

coventrate

verb tr.: To devastate, such as by heavy bombing.

yichus

noun: Prestige, social status, or pedigree.

shonda

noun: 1. Disgrace or shame. 2. Someone or something that brings shame or disgrace.

frum

adjective: Religious; observant of religious laws.

plotz

verb intr.: To faint, collapse, explode, or flop down, as from excitement, frustration, surprise, exhaustion, etc.

Trojan horse

noun: Something or someone placed in order to subvert from within.

Canterbury tale

noun: A story that is long, tedious, or absurdly implausible.

enunciatory

adjective: Announcing; declaring; pronouncing.

coequality

noun: The state of being equal with one another, as in rank, power, value, etc.