Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To dress or make clean; hence, to winnow (corn).
“Rather, after about a week, Shorty would typically mash it back, operate the compactor, sniff the air and declare the load to be a bit ripe, at which point we would head for a place called Deet's Hallow (ph) in the city dump.”
“I used to always have a case of the military Deet, which is 100% Deet.”
“Most of those on the market do contain Deet, which is a very effective product, but it's not for everybody.”
“Great Regulars: For all his Hindu allusions, he Derek Mahon displays a resistance to the transcendental: eschewing good Karma, he sprays "Deet" at a mosquito, despite being reincarnated as "a mozzie myself once".”
“Then you lean back your head and bellow 'Deet' as loud as you can.”
“I gotta agree with Deet on this one: where are all those huge Michigan browns the rest of the year?”
“If Deet brings a fine import in dark glass bottles with a little top shelf kicker then we are all winners.”
“If Deet brings Natty Lights then you've been screwed.”
“Deet, Don't forget Ike finished second in the Classic this year.”
“I've been using Deet products for at least 35 years.”
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