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Leanover

noun; compounding
A small-sized hangover, usually comes with merely a mild headache, a vague fatigue, and little or no sense of regret and/or shame.
 
Usually used when a person does not have the full symptoms of a hangover.
Etymology : “lean-” Middle English lenen, from Old English hleonian; + “-over” Middle English, adverb & preposition, from Old English ofer
Source : “I didn’t drink enough to get a hangover last night. Just enough to get a leanover.” – heard in passing – 09/08
Last modified: 4 December 2008


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