Meaning of Liff: AASLEAGH to ADRIGOLE
(Liff words collected: 550)
AASLEAGH : (n.) A liqueur made only for drinking at the end of a revoltingly long bottle party when all the drinkable drink has been drunk.
ABERBEEG : (vb.) Of amateur actors, to adopt a Mexican accent when called upon to play any variety of foreigner (except Pakistanis - from whom a Welsh accent is considered sufficient).
ABERCRAVE : (vb.) To strongly desire to swing from the pole on the rear foot plate of a bus.
ABERYSTWYTH : (n.) A nostalgic yearning which is in itself more pleasant than the thing being yearned for.
ABILENE : (adj.) Descriptive of the pleasing coolness on the reverse side of the pillow.
ABINGER : (n.) One who washes up everything except the frying pan, the cheese grater and the saucepan which the chocolate sauce has been made in.
ABOYNE : (vb.) To beat an expert at a game of skill by playing so appallingly that none of his clever tactics or strategies are of any use to him.
ACLE : (n.) The rouge pin which shirtmakers conceal in the most improbable fold of a new shirt. Its function is to stab you when you don the garment.
ADLESTROP : (n.) That part of a suitcase which is designed to get snarled up on conveyor belts at airports. Some of the more modern adlestrop designs have a special 'quick release' feature which enables the case to lip open at this point and fling your underclothes into the conveyor belt's gearing mechanism.
ADRIGOLE : (n.) The centrepiece of a merry-go-round on which the man with the tickets stands unnervingly still.
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