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continental drip

EnglishEdit

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Particularly: “The phrase seems to exist, and in this sense, but is it sincere? Satirical? Humorous?”

EtymologyEdit

By analogy/alliteration with continental drift.

NounEdit

continental drip (uncountable)

  1. The phenomenon whereby southward-pointing landforms are more numerous and prominent than northward-pointing landforms.

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