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Here are some well-known expressions rewritten into "Cliff-ese". Try to figure out the phrases in simpler terms.

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Here are some well-known expressions rewritten into "Cliff-ese". For those of you who don't know what that means, he was a very wordy person on the TV show "Cheers" and never used a small word where a larger one would work. Try to figure out the phrases in simpler terms.

  1. To place a primitive agricultural conveyance in a position anterior to the animal Equus caballus.

  2. It requires a number of people greater than one to perform a terpsichorean series of low dips and twisting steps on the toes.

  3. To accumulate an excess of temperature beneath a circular, tight-fitting clothing component.

  4. Emanating from a culinary vessel into a site of pyrogenic activity.

posted Nov 12, 2015 by Prithvi

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