American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A river rising in the Catskill Mountains of southeast New York and flowing about 451 km (280 mi) generally southward along the New York-Pennsylvania border and the Pennsylvania-New Jersey border to northern Delaware, where it enters Delaware Bay. The Dutch explorers named it the South River to distinguish it from the North River, an estuary of the Hudson River.
“Nawt tu menne ov us heer in mai area, Aifink, sew a Tampa Bay Rays gaem wuld prolly nawt b wurf it.”
“U mite wanna refink ur gaem of “tease teh sharp-ended quadriped.””
“Iz nawt old gaem for ICHC pepplolz frum Walley Whorld”
“Dem is diggin teh dung um gaem ruum fur teh noo buzyness in cheezlandz.”
“Wuz gud gaem? who didya see play local oar big tyme?”
“June 9, 2009 at 9:01 am clue gaem takes a new turn”
“*Runsawaywifakwikness* Swy, Ai mizt teh gaem erlier, Ai wuz gawn fur awyle.”
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“Hmm iz it like “Lucee Lockit lawst her pokkit” gaem?”
“Ai lubs Hallolween — an figured it wuz fair gaem since itz nao Octoburrr.”
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