Did you mayhaps mean ukulele?
“Colorful ecstasy mimic tablets and cocaine in a "ukelele" - Boing ...”
“I thought the ukelele was always played really slow.”
“Colorful ecstasy mimic tablets and cocaine in a "ukelele”
“The December 2008 edition of the newsletter has photos of colorful ecstasy mimic tablets (above) along with photos of cocaine being smuggled in an "ukelele" (sic), which doesn't seem to be a ukulele.”
“E meu ru ru a vau," it ran, and that was all of it, sung in a stately, endless, ever-varying chant, accompanied by solemn chords from the ukelele.”
“Xylocopa's "The Complete Ukulele Guide to the Moustaches of the World" is a ukelele sporting diagrams showing the world's 25 major mustache groups.”
“Still to come: The US trade deficit has grown due to Chinese imports; BP apologizer Rep. Joe Barton may yet helm the Energy Committee; the schools of the much-touted Harlem Children's Zone are coming up short; and a ukelele orchestra covers Talking Heads.”
“The recent college graduate happened to come across American music educator Mike Lynch's ukelele instructional videos on the internet and was hooked.”
“Beyond Tiny Tim, this was the only other ukelele player I knew of: datingjesus”
“Tom the cat tries to woo a jitterbug kitten, showing up at her door to knock out a hot-cha tune on the ukelele.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘ukelele’.
Words whose last and third-to-last letters are both "e".
Not an exhaustive list (there are probably scores of -erers and -ededs and -eses and -osos).
“A verb which denotes the frequent occurrence or repetition of an action, as . . . waggle from wag.” — Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia.
Other examples include bobble (bob), bustle (b...
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