"We"re going to play elephants and circuses," - said a little boy at kindergarten, "Do you want to join in?"
"I"d love to," - replied the teacher. "What do you want me to do?"
"You can be the lady that feeds us peanuts!"
—n. - a upper part of a pig's leg salted and dried or smoked for food. B meat from this.
- back of the thigh; thigh and buttock.
- colloq. (often attrib.) Inexpert or unsubtle actor or piece of acting.
- colloq. Operator of an amateur radio station. —v. (-mm-) (usu. In ham it up) colloq. Overact. [old english]
3rd sing. Present of *have.
n. - (esp. Outdoor) covering for the head.
- colloq. Person's present capacity (wearing his managerial hat). keep it under one's hat colloq. Keep it secret. Pass the hat round collect contributions of money. Take one's hat off to colloq. Acknowledge admiration for. [old english]
- trick n. - cricket taking of three wickets by the same bowler with three successive balls.