from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A well or drilling that yields natural gas.
- n. Slang Something highly entertaining or remarkable.
- n. Slang A talkative or boastful person.
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- n. Something highly entertaining or remarkable.
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Take this 975-word gasser of a press release he issued on New Year's Day.
If I lose, I have to run a gasser, which is a dreaded timed run the players have to perform once or twice a week.
One "gasser" sprint is the width of the football field and back, 50 yards each way, which we must cover in 18 seconds or less.
Death after 'gasser' leads to charge against coach
Coach Stinson allegedly denied players water as they ran "gasser" sprints repeatedly until one player volunteered to quit the team.
While the e-Rolls is down on horsepower compared with the twin-turbo V12 453 hp, torque is up to 589 pound-feet, 58 more than the gasser.
Now boy wasn't that one a gasser ... who would have thought in the Constitution of this great country we would see were corporations and big business were the same as people.
I usually use my gasser since it's quick and easy and temp control is good.
It was almost Sarah Palin, then it was talk show gasser Rush Limbaugh, and now it's the Fox Network.
I think that without Saddam the gasser on the other side of the border and the youth of Iran seeing a glint of a decomacratic government in Iraq it is adding fuel to the fire of unrest about this election.