Pingu suggest this Word of the Week: SKEWWHIFF
(It can also appear hyphenated as 'skew-whiff').
Turned or twisted toward one side
"the branches on the christmas album are, as the British say, skew-whiff"
Pingu writes that "Northerners in Britain use it all the time, but I'm beginning to realise, from the strange looks I get, that it's not very common anywhere else".
Thanks Pingu for this week's word.
We have some other words volunteered and feel free to keep those words coming.
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