Meaning of Liff: RAMSGATE to RUNCORN
(Liff words collected: 550)
RAMSGATE : (n.) All institutional buildings must, by law, contain at least twenty ramsgates. These are doors which open the opposite way to the one you expect.
RANFURLY : (adj.) Fashion of trying ties so that the long thin end underneath dangles below the short fat upper end.
RECULVER : (n.) The sort of remark only ever made during Any Questions.
RIPON : (vb.) (Of literary critics.) To include all the best jokes from the book in the review to make it look as if the critic thought of them.
ROCHESTER : (n.) One who is able to gain occupation of the armrest on both sides of their cinema or aircraft seat.
ROYSTON : (n.) The man behind you in church who sings with terrific gusto almost tree quarters of a tone off the note.
RUNCORN : (n.) A peeble (q.v.) which is larger that a belper (q.v.)
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