Definitions

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  • n. The pod which surrounds growing peas

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Examples

  • And then we watched the hugabub howto video again, and learned where we've been going wrong with the newborn carry "peapod", and Rob practised it but dipped the hugabub in the bowl of clean water we keep for nappy changes, by accident.

    How doth the little busy bee

  • We never worked out the so-called "peapod" carry, where you use it like a pouch sling.

    Summation

  • Hussey's cedar-and-oak "peapod," newly built at a boatbuilding shop on the mainland, has none of that.

    TheState.com: Homepage

  • We recognize the wonderfully painted peaches and pear suggesting the fleshy cheeks and nose of "Vertumnus" (c. 1590), note his peapod eyelids and cardoon moustache, then fleetingly manage to see this paean to abundance as a portrait of the robust Rudolph II, before losing ourselves in cabbage leaves, olives, a blackberry eye, and the glistening cherries of his protruding Hapsburg lip.

    The Proto-Surrealist

  • Apparently mine is the size and shape of a peapod at the moment (9 weeks).

    development

  • The peapod – so named because its double-ended and round-sided shape resembles a pea pod – is thought to have originated in the 1870s in Penobscot Bay and was the boat of choice on Matinicus for decades.

    Nat Hussey: Maine Lobsterman Pulls Traps By Hand For 'Zero-Carbon Lobster Harvesting'

  • Sites like peapod. com double all manufacturer's coupons up to $.99, plus they have a “specials” section.

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  • LOL lauren, the plant like vagina was probably a peapod....

    The Labor of Love

  • Sites like peapod.com double all manufacturer's coupons up to $.99, plus they have a “specials” section.

    Shop for your holiday groceries online

  • Soon, settling down across the earth, including in the suburbs of Chicago, the “peapod ships” would evacuate eight to ten souls each.

    Slacker Spacemen of Christmas Past | Disinformation

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