from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Roman Catholic Church A Mass in which the celebrant is assisted by a deacon and a subdeacon and accompanied by acolytes, a thurifer, and a choir.
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She jabs her wedge-head in a cup of sour cream, drops her ostrich tail, and will not scare.
Ha! You've got the unfunny BBC wedge-head taped Rod.
The funniest is the one "who speaks for all of us" (lefties do that) claiming wedge-head connects with the population more than you do!
The wedge-head lunged down, fastening to the shoulder of a second warrior, lifting him high.
When Mnementh had stretched and comfortably laid down his wedge-head F'lar approached him.
Ah, I see the grapevine has been busy and the Twitter twats and wedge-head groupies descend on us to defend the odious poseur.