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  • adj. Slightly risqué or indecent; bizarre, interesting, or unusual.


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  • These are just a few of the ostrobogulous - bizarre and interesting - gems taken from a new book.


  • Soon Faat, Rong Phuk, Happy Crack and other restaurants you'd rather not eat at How to avoid a weekend drinking with shot-clogs only to end up crambazzled, plus other quite ostrobogulous, ...

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  • Summing up, he said: "So let's raise a brendice, a cup in which a person's health is drunk, to this extraordinary language of ours, crammed full of words most ostrobogulous, bizarre and interesting, the study of which could keep us occupied from beetle-belch to cockshut.

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  • Literally means "full of rich dirt," but is used (well it isn't used, but it should be!) figuratively to mean off-color, crude, dirty.

    I try to say or do something ostrobogulous everyday. It helps life stay interesting.

    September 1, 2009

  • You're right--except I think it looks like a bison.

    July 14, 2009

  • No, no. This is definitely a dinosaur of some kind. Perhaps one that resembles an ostrich.

    July 14, 2009

  • WWFTD today. A humorous term meaning slightly risqué or indecent; bizarre, interesting, or unusual.

    December 18, 2007