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DISCTIONARY, an informative book that introduces and defines words specific to the game, resulting from the game and surrounding the game of disc golf, like the word DISCTIONARY itself.


Here's the details - submit any and all words that are NEWLY CREATED WORDS to be included in a fun and ficticious book for all disc golfers, "The Disctionary 2008, Disceditied by Disceditor". This will be an informative book that introduces and defines words specific to the game, resulting from the game and surrounding the game of disc golf, like the word DISCTIONARY itself. PLEASE, when submitting words include the word, the definition and an example of the word used in a sentence and MOST OF ALL make certain that all submissions are appropriate the the rules of the site. now for the disclaimer - anyone submitting a word to "The Disctionary 2008, Disceditied by Disceditor" is allowing "The Disctionary 2008, Disceditied by Disceditor" full and unobligated use of any submissions within "The Disctionary 2008, Disceditied by Disceditor" the "Disctionary" group/forum or any other usage by "The Disctionary 2008, Disceditied by Disceditor". All submitters, by doing so are allowing "The Disctionary 2008, Disceditied by Disceditor" full and unobligated permission to print, relay or convey that submission without any compensation to the submitter other than crediting the submission to their name, if that is the choice of the submitter. All submissions become property of "The Disctionary" 2008, Disceditied by "Disceditor", "The Disctionary 2008, Disceditied by Disceditor", "Disctionary", "the-disc-tion-ary.com", "Craig Prime", "michiganartist", "godiscn.com", "the-disc-tion-ary.net", "lil charlie bishop" and so on and so on and so on until you get tired of me telling you that I own any and all ficticious words that you post, once thay are posted and appear in print. SO LET'S START SUBMITTING ! have fun, think about what you submit and most of all, keep it appropriate for anyone to read. BE CREATIVE, IT"S FUN !

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I just love how you used the word in a sentence...lol
LOL. Thats funny
HA ha ha ha
"BTK Land" - yikes !!! That'll keep me away from Kansas. thanks
I tend to favor it because it means your parked! :)
Gore- when you screw up your tee shot yell,"GORE" for a do over. Remember the Florida election new word -chads?
Acehole
A fellow player who won't stop talking about that last ace he threw.

Arbor Day
What you'd call one of those days where you seem to hit nothing but trees.

Bitchin'
Stopping all play to watch girls walk through the park.

Bowl Hole
A tee with bench concealed by trees and vegetation.

Chain Smoker
A spectacular long putt.

Fairway Robbery
A throw or putt that should have gone into the chains, not through.

Grudgie
The mad throw you make when your last shot stank; typically done with marker mini ("Nice putt!").

Helen Keller
A putt that goes into the basket without any chain sound.

Jaywalkers
Non disc-golf-playing people who take to the fairways to walk their dogs or to take a shortcut.

Lowzer
A throw that sends the disc into the ground not very far off the tee (think loser).

Lawnmower/Squirrel Chaser
Also known as a pancake. A low, long skimming throw.

Par Baby
The second throw that puts you so close to the basket that it's almost a gimme.

Pinball Wizard
A disc that bounces back and forth (at least three times) from tree to tree before crashing down.

Treetop Tour
That supposedly too high throw that ends up flying right through the treetop branches and lands you right back downrange on the fairway where you have no business being after that friggin' throw...

Turn Signal
A severely understable drive.

Vomit
A disc that is thrown up (too high).

Yonder
A very long, strong flat drive.
12. Fly Over - Any throw the passes directly over the basket sometimes resulting in a substantially long return putt. AKA "Buzzing the Tower".
13. Disc-combobulated - ...Lost on a foreign or unfamiliar course.

14. Discabled - Player who's missing that "go to" disc.

15. Disceased - Unusable or broken disc.

16. Discentery - The greasy smelly slime build up found on a disc that was retrieved from the merky depths of your local waterhole. concentration of discentery depends on duration of submersion and geographical location.
SAGI---STANDS FOR SECOND ONE ALWAYS GOES IN. NORMALLY WHILE PUTTING. WHEN A PLAYER THROWS A SECOND PUT OUT OF FRUSRATION AND MAKES IT.

WORM BURNER--- WHEN A DRIVE IS THROWN AND GOES STRAIGHT INTO THE GROUND 10FT OR SO IN FRONT OF YOU.

BOB BARKER--- WHEN SOMEONE HITS A TREE WITHIN FEET OF THERE DRIVE, APPROACH, OR PUTT.

MONKEY ARM--- SOMEONE WHO THROWS PAST THE BASKET ON ALMOST EVERY HOLE.
Valet - when you are playing doubles and your partner parks the hole and or when you throw and someone else in the group calls it out. "Man he just valet parked that thang!"

Viagra - used when a putt hits low. "Man that putt needed some viagra - get it up!"

S.D.S. - (Self Drying System) this is for one of those wet days. Instead of immediately drying the disc after it is thrown you just put it in the bag and let the S.D.S. do its work. The disc comes out dry, don't know why.
green day;disc landing on either side of the fairway in the rough(palmetto bush here in SW Florida)

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