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yarb commented on the word frust
"'...the day we had lunch champêtre deep in that wonderful grove of beeches stretching on and on and on, by that half-ruined Doric folly with its frusts and columns.'"- W.M. Spackman, An Armful of Warm Girl
January 2, 2012
reesetee commented on the word frust
February 16, 2009
bilby commented on the word frust
Definition appears on this page, perhaps dating back to 1997.
February 14, 2009
Yaybob, that was originally a sniglet definition. I remember it from many years ago because it seemed so apt. In fact, I've incorporated it into my everyday vocabulary.Well, not every day. I don't sweep that often. :-)
December 16, 2008
sionnach commented on the word frust
An ice-cream cone that has a big bite taken out of it by someone with an unkempt beard simultaneously engaged in backing across the room with a dustpan and self-flagellation to the head.
A compact whip, used for beating oneself over the head in moments of great frustration.
chained_bear commented on the word frust
I second both definitions. In fact I clicked on this page coming here to post something much like those.
yaybob commented on the word frust
According to the Urban Dictionary, frust is, "the small line of debris that refuses to be swept onto the dust pan and keeps backing a person across the room until he finally decides to give up and sweep it under the rug."Essentially what Yarb said.
Matter accumulated in an unkempt beard.
whichbe commented on the word frust
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