Word of the Day – Apr. 26 – Eighty-six

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Dee Dee - Word of the Day

Dee Dee – Word of the Day

Verb: Eighty-six  (ay-tee-SIKS)

Definition: Slang term for refusing to serve a customer: also, to get rid of or throw out.

Example sentence: The bar’s policy is that bartenders have both the authority and responsibility to eighty-six customers who disrupt other patrons.

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