from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang Variant of smoothie.
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- n. Alternative spelling of smoothie.
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- n. someone with an assured and ingratiating manner
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I do however wish that my future is one in which access is freely ensured and all goes smoothy, that is what I will continue to hope for.
I think the term for what you meant is 'smoothy' smooth person or
There were reports of clashes in several states last weekend, including in the contested region of Abyei, but no new violence has been reported in more than 24 hours, and Carter said the vote has gone smoothy.
If the contentants are well fed, the Samoan smoothy competitions are less likely to be finished.
It minces and crushes and even makes a delicious fruit smoothy.
Bozo The Neoclown says: pattycakes, sonny bono turned himself into a smoothy after he slammed into a tree while skiing. not the best reference for competency
I've said it before, and I'll say it again, Barack is a smoothy, but if you really take a look at him, he makes Al Sharpton look like a White Supremicist. bully boy
She loves hamburgers, unhealthy snacks and enjoys the company of a sleazy man, such as Mickey Rourke, rather than a smoothy, like George Clooney, she tells us.
All the Maya had, three millennium ago, was corn, corn and more corn — the beverage of choice with or without a meal was something like a corn smoothy.
If you get to smoothies, absolutely freeze the bananas first - makes the smoothy thicker, and colder, and hmmm also a bit sweeter.
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