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Great Wooded South Lexicon XIV
Previous Lexicon: Great Wooded South Lexicon XIII
By Billy Joe Fudge
As often happens when one finds oneself battling with a stubborn fit of insomnia around 2:00 in the morning, one's mind tends to wander way beyond the peripheries of normal thought! Recently, I found myself way beyond those peripheries.
Suddenly, the word, "stob" and a couple more words which were of very common usage here in the Great Wooded South when I was a youngster leaped into my consciousness. Now, not only are they not commonly used, one can hardly find the definition in the Webster's of today! There are definitions for these words of course, but not ones specific to the usage dating back to my youth.
So, in the interest of preserving those specific definitions of usage and their inherent relationship to each other, here goes:
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