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Brynn 02-06-2007 06:39 PM

cochlear - adjective ascribed to a protruding, shell-shaped deformity of the ears.

LeahDear 02-07-2007 02:27 PM

cochlear

addiction to red cochineal food colouring

Suzie walked into what seemed like the shower scene in Psycho, only to discover her cochlear daughter had been at the baking cupboard again.

Marcus Bales 02-08-2007 11:40 AM

Is that it? Are we done? Going once ...

xfox 02-10-2007 10:33 AM

cochlear the opposite of braille.

ShopaholicChick 02-10-2007 01:15 PM

Cochlear - pronounced coke-clear is a new cola flavored soft drink without the color additives

Marcus Bales 02-11-2007 10:22 AM

Boring Old Reality Award:
American Heritage Dictionary
cochlear - A spiral-shaped cavity of the inner ear that resembles a snail shell and contains nerve endings essential for hearing. [Latin, snail shell, from Greek kokhliās, snail, from kokhlos, land snail.]

Reality TV Award:
trisherina
cochlear: Like carotid, but sexier.

Yeah, Real Likely Award:
12"razormix cochlear, n. antique scottish ear trumpet

Really? Really? Award
daverbee
cochlear Sharing clarity, as clear as one's associate, anything equally as clear as it's neighbor.

Really Stretching It Award
Coffee
cochlear A word yelled out the cockpit window by Scots pilots before starting the motors of propeller driven aircraft.

Really Too Close to Real Award
Brynn
cochlear - adjective ascribed to a protruding, shell-shaped deformity of the ears.

Really Disgusting Award
LeahDear
cochlear addiction to red cochineal food colouring

Suzie walked into what seemed like the shower scene in Psycho, only to discover her cochlear daughter had been at the baking cupboard again.

Really Clever Award
xfox
cochlear the opposite of braille.

Really Scary Award
ShopaholicChick
Cochlear - pronounced coke-clear is a new cola flavored soft drink without the color additives

Really Cool! Award and the Coveted Second Place:
funkytuba
cochlear - business jet designed for whelks

Realpolitik Award, and Our Winner This Round:
dinzdale
cochlear A word that is pronounced by George W Bush as Coch-u-lar.

dinzdale 02-12-2007 11:36 AM

*blushes*
Thank you kindly..


Ahem....the new word shall be.....Spadroon. :eek:


In the words of Cardinal Wolsey "Go at it, your Majesty".....

daverbee 02-12-2007 12:59 PM

Spadroon

The Italian interpretation of Ralph Kramden's, "Bang! Zoom!", often employed by Ralph in an attempt to intimidate Alice.
Oddly enough, Italian women married to bus drivers aren't intimidated by that phrase, either. In fact, a survey done by Greyhound Bus Lines found that no woman married to a bus driver anywhere on the planet earth is intimidated by the phrase, "Bang! Zoom!" translated into any language.

Marcus Bales 02-13-2007 10:01 AM

Spadroon - a lingering smell or odor

Hungover again, she dissipated the cheery spadroon of her husband's morning ablutions with the debutante's breakfast of a cigaret and a puke.

trisherina 02-13-2007 10:05 AM

spadroon: a coin used only by members of the criminal element.

funkytuba 02-13-2007 02:07 PM

spadroon - any token or oversized coin that allows access to a jaccuzi

The Nolan sisters made sure that Admiral Dinzdale was special-delivered a spadroon on the night before valentine's day.

[apologies to trish--that's what I get for not reading previous entries before composing my own]

Coffee 02-13-2007 06:06 PM

Spadroon

WW1 British contraction of the phrase Spad Squadron.


Hiya Frenchy! Come have a sit here and hoist an ale with yer allies! Word is you boys in the 23rd Spadroon had a rough crossing over the channel yesterday? Did ye lads bring any vino with you'd care to trade for some chocolate?

Hyakujo's Fox 02-13-2007 06:40 PM

spadroon (n) a young Scottish boys 'training' sporran.

Brynn 02-14-2007 07:05 PM

spadroon - a little song or ditty thought to have been sung by ancient pedicurists while exfoliating the soles of the feet.

ShopaholicChick 02-15-2007 01:34 AM

spadroon - pronounced like spade-ruin - a spadroon a tool often found in archaeological dig in and around ancient rose gardens


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