Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A codfish.
- n. A kind of wattled box for catching herrings.
- n. A lazy, lumpish person.
“The cord from his droud is shortened, again in amateurish fashion.”
“The droud was a standard make, but it had been altered.”
“Graham claims that the droud was a standard type, that your friend must have altered it himself. ”
“This, of course, leads directly to the droud/wirehead problem...”
“With food only a few footsteps away ... but he'd have to pull out the droud to reach it.”
“Even your best friends wouldn't know, unless they caught you with the droud plugged in.”
“He couldn't concentrate on anything but getting the droud back in his head.”
“With my imaginary fingertips I touched the droud in Owen's head, then ran them down to a tiny hole in his scalp, and further.”
“Later, before he plugged in the droud, he made one attempt to atone for his crime.”
“Your normal addict pulls his droud out as often as he inserts it, but your friend was getting ten times normal current.”
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