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locker-room

locker-room jokes or remarks are the type of rude, sexual jokes and remarks that men are thought to enjoy when they are with other men
Usage notes: A locker room is a place where people change their clothes before and after playing sport.
(always before noun) There's the usual locker-room banter which I try to stay out of.
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It was 28-17, and the would-be champions had 15 minutes to look themselves in the locker-room mirror.
To begin with, the hint from Bryant is that the locker-room laughter was inspired by something O'Neal said or did.
Although there's more disjointed banter during the regular season and more focus on the contest at hand this deep into the playoffs, there's still room for good-natured locker-room quality ribbing, with everyone an equal opportunity target.
BURBANK - The new head of the Burbank YMCA said Wednesday that he would focus on improving customer service and overseeing a $450,000 modernization of the center's pool and locker-room facilities.
The last of the 70,000 fans at the Rose Bowl chanted ``Heisman'' as Foster entered the locker-room tunnel.
I hope we clinch here tonight,'' forward Robert Horry had said as he sat at his locker-room cubicle before the game.
He was still crying 15 minutes after the game, when the locker-room doors swung open to reporters.
The Lakers won for the seventh time in eight games, and are showing hardly a trace of the locker-room tension that engulfed them in January.
It's like a thank-you,'' Mitzi Kabota, a Trojans fan from San Dimas, said before she leaned over the railing near the locker-room tunnel and handed the statue to the 22-year-old with the tears in his eyes.
Right before the shaky young quarterback went out to warm up before the game, the grufut-lovable coach slid onto the locker-room bench beside him and - well, let them take it from there.