American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Slang A number of things that go together; an aggregate: bought the whole schmeer.
- n. (Yiddish) a batch of things that go together
- Yiddish shmir, smear, smudge, from shmirn, to smear, grease, from Middle High German smiren, from Old High German smirwen. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“This week while visiting my Aunt Aileen and Uncle Ron in Florida I was reintroduced to their love of card games and found myself playing "schmeer".”
“Thanks to that band, my British satin'n'tat/Granny Takes A Trip patchwork boots look had now been augmented with a generous schmeer of transvestitism.”
“ÂThanks to that band, my British satin'n'tat/Granny Takes A Trip patchwork boots look had now been augmented with a generous schmeer of transvestitism.”
“Was it a case of "possession of cream cheese with intent to schmeer?”
“FlipYrWhig: Best comment on the whole schmeer yet.”
“You cannot mentions some things without getting accused of being: unpatriotic, anti-American - the whole schmeer.”
“I've been feeling fluish (yeah, I know; funny, you don't look fluish) all weekend; aches, chills, fever, heaviness in the chest, the whole schmeer.”
“Their conversation lasted for an hour and you can get it in bits and pieces or the whole schmeer here.”
“Which would indeed have incorporated Brazilian waxing, extreme dieting, religious gym-going, fake boobs and the full schmeer.”
“That puts Persona's involvement in the whole schmeer at 30%.”
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There are a few short lists of Yiddish words, but none appropriate to the glory of the language, and none that are open. Thought I'd start one, and would love contributions. I'm tagging as I go, an...
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