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floss

verb; folk etymology
to move at a steady pace This word was used to describe the briskness of ones approach to a destination.
 
I’m going to floss back to Jones.
Etymology : floss. Derived from 'floss' (the easiness of sliding “dental floss”)
Source : A friend
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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