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  • n. Plural form of limbo.

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Examples

  • You jealous Republicans should crawl back under your roc k all you have accomplished in 8 years was destroy this country and shut your mouth all you have is hot air and idiot behavior go crawl up R limbos pant leg and hide or under Anal Coulters skirt and get lost in her bottomless big pie hole nonsence.

    Obama and daughters visit frozen custard shop

  • I think there are still pieces of my Money records in online limbos and lurking on my hard drive.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Quickbooks — Steadily Worse Each and Every Year

  • Hollywood is already in production with more films to further help people in awkward relationship limbos.

    Tom McCaffrey: Movie Titles That Convey Your Feelings For You

  • I wonder how many US citizens even know of the existence of such rooms and corridors, conviently out of sight, in the airport, behind which are interview rooms and restraining cells, limbos of all kinds, and some circles of hell.

    postcard from America: translation : A.E. Stallings : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation

  • Souls which have fallen to the bottom of all possible misfortune, unhappy men lost in the lowest of those limbos at which no one any longer looks, the reproved of the law, feel the whole weight of this human society, so formidable for him who is without, so frightful for him who is beneath, resting upon their heads.

    Les Miserables

  • Any one who, like ourselves, has wandered about in these solitudes contiguous to our faubourgs, which may be designated as the limbos of

    Les Miserables

  • Kierstyn Lee, 9, of League City limbos her way to first place in the 12-and-under competition at the Texas Crab Festival in Crystal Beach.

    Crab Fest

  • Reformation, sought out new limbos and new hells wherein they might include our books also within the number of their damned.

    Areopagitica

  • She slowed the car so she could enjoy the tangle of thick-trunked mahogany trees, sable palms, seagrapes, and gumbo limbos.

    Hair Raiser

  • There had always been waiting, always been limbos, the necessary relegation of the ultimate goal in his mind for months at a time while pieces moved themselves gradually into place.

    Not the End of the World

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