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- n. Any object whose name one does not know or cannot remember.
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Sure your boys might have lost both their pants and their game thingummyjig but the best is yet to come, something that will absolutely have you rehanging your bunting, repainting your cheek and rechanting those songs that rely more on slurred sentiment than coherent lyrics.
Some people just don't get this mobile thingummyjig.
Whether it’s here or whether it’s there, they’re doing some musical thingummyjig.
Turned out that it wasn’t THAT sort of vacuum pump - they don't cost anything like five grand anyway - but a "sous vide" thingummyjig that modern chefs use for poaching a chicken breast for three hours and two minutes at 102. 4° and that sort of mallarkey.)
Now how’s that thingummyjig that your uncle gave you?