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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of toenail.
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So at least he's got the wizened old cheesy-toenailed hippy vote sewn up.
I have often thought that living through the 1950s – as an intelligent, sensitive woman – makes the current political atmosphere seem like a dirty-toenailed commune.
One of the first things I took a picture of with my new digital camera is my happy Marilyn-Monroe-red-toenailed toes.
I mean, I'm not going to be some dirty-toenailed folk singer wearing a hemp manskirt singing songs about the Man; I'm just going to respectfully withdraw.
The critical analysis was on how the roof's trusses joined the walls through toenailed connections, where nails are angled down from each truss to the top of the wall.
I don’t think this is the whisper of a gay thing, but rather the loud “Yo” - ing, backslappy, hairy-buttocked, yellow-toenailed, hetero thing.
... a filthy, odorous, corn-chip toenailed foot with a lot of dry, peeling skin ...