Meaning of Liff: NAAS to NEEN SOLLARS
(Liff words collected: 550)
NAAS : (n.) The windmaking region of Albania where most of the wine that people take to bottle-parties comes from.
NACTION : (n.) The 'n' with which cheap advertising copywriters replace the word 'and' (as in 'fish 'n' chips', 'mix 'n' match', 'assault 'n' battery'), in the mistaken belief that this is in some way chummy or endearing.
NAD : (n.) Measure defined as the distance between a driver's outstretched fingertips and the ticket machine in an automatic car-park. 1 nad = 18.4 cm.
NANHORON : (n. medical) A tiny valve concealed in the inner ear which enables a deaf grandmother to converse quite normally when she feels like it, but which excludes completely anything that sounds like a request to help with laying the table.
NANTWICH : (n.) A late-night snack, invented by the Earl of Nantwich, which consists of the dampest thing in the fridge, pressed between two of the driest things in the fridge. The Earl, who lived in a flat in Clapham, invented the nantwich to avoid having to go shopping.
NAPLES : (pl.n.) The tiny depression in a piece of Ryvita.
NASEBY : (n.) The stout metal instrument used for clipping labels on to exhibits at flower shows.
NAUGATUCK : (n.) A plastic sachet containing shampoo, polyfilla, etc., which is impossible to open except by biting off the corners.
NAZEING : (participial vb.) The rather unconvincing noises of pretended interest which an adult has to make when brought a small dull object for admiration by a child.
NEEN SOLLARS : (pl.n.) Any ensemble of especially unflattering and particular garments worn by a woman which tell you that she is right at the forefront of fashion.
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