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Thursday, November 3


Vocabulary 101

Main Entry: ga·zelle
Pronunciation: guh-'zel
Function: verb
Inflected Form(s): gazelled /guh-'zeld/; also chiefly dialect gazelle; ga·zelled; ga·zell·ing
Etymology: French, from Middle French, from Arabic ghazAl
: to play masterful and graceful football on one's feet; to daunt and vault over an opposing defense with non-chalant nimbleness.
"Vince Young can gazelle his way to scores on his own."

Courtesy of the Broccoli Landers American Heritage Dictionary

Great sentiment, but how about trying to spell nonchalant correctly?
Ah, the dangers of cut and paste. Thanks for pointing that out.
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