from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A long and narrow piece of land, resembling a tongue, especially a short peninsula
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An irregular, narrow, projecting part of a field.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A projection of land; an irregular, narrow, projecting part of a field.
When Gomez leaned back, the ancient sofa made a loud spong noise.
Hab a lubbly choklit spong caek wiv creme fillingz insted.
Lamingtons is teh teeny tiny spong caeks wib teh rasbree or teh choklit i-sing and teh dessik … desic… dryed and shwedded coconut.
Fortunately the Victoria spong turned out alright.
Here is another interview with Campbell…this one is from spong.com and the interviewer is Svend Joscelyne.
Note that in Buddhist technical terminology, a riddance (spong-ba, Skt. hani, abandonment) is a parting (bral-ba, Skt. visamyoga, separation) that is static – unchanging and lasting forever.
Not, of course, that I would know what a dish spong would taste like, but you know ...
But even though we lost 200k people in th elast census we need more cops to spong emopre of our hard earned tax dollars.
(Jamnog individually wrapped in spong batter, Sat 13 Feb, 13: 03, Reply) woo nice: DD click click click
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