from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Variant of cannular.
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The next morning I carried on sleeping with the occasional go at writing - this turned out to be quiet hard with a canular in the elbow pit and I had to sort of rest the note pad in the correct place!
She wanted to hug me but was worried about hurting me so we had gentle cuddles with her away from the canular!
But she was scared of me until Alaric put the light on and then she was more concerned that I had an ouchy in my arm - the canular.
The French word is “canular”, which I guess Ms Palin would confuse with a small boat.
Subject: The Liberal Bullet-Hole Hoax/Le canular des libéraux au sujet de trous de balles