Meaning of Liff: BABWORTH to BEAULIEU HILL
(Liff words collected: 550)
BABWORTH : (n.) Something which justifies having a really good cry.
BALDOCK : (n.) The sharp prong on the top of a tree stump where the tree has snapped off before being completely sawn through.
BALLYCUMBER : (n.) One of the six half-read books lying somewhere in your bed.
BANFF : (adj.) Pertaining to, or descriptive of, that kind of facial expression which is impossible to achieve except when having a passport photograph taken.
BANTEER : (n. archaic) A lusty and raucous old ballad sung after a particularly spectacular araglin (q.v.) has been pulled off.
BARSTIBLEY : (n.) A humorous device such as a china horse or small naked porcelain infant which jocular hosts use to piss water into your Scotch with.
BAUGHURST : (n.) That kind of large fierce ugly woman who owns a small fierce ugly dog.
BAUMBER : (n.) A fitted eleasticated bottom sheet which turns your mattress bananashaped.
BEALINGS : (pl. n. archaic) The unsavoury parts of a moat which a knight has to pour out of his armour after being the victim of an araglin (q.v.). In medieval Flanders, soup made from bealings was a very slightly sought-after delicacy.
BEAULIEU HILL : (n.) The optimum vantage point from which one to view people undressing in the bedroom across the street.
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