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locker-room

Of a rude, often sexual nature, as might be discussed among men in a private setting such as a locker room. (Used before nouns.) Please, don't use that type of locker-room talk at the dinner table. Quit it with the locker-room humor, would you? You sound like a fifth grader.
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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.
Instead, O'Neal got the locker-room serenade, led by rookies Mark Madsen and Mike Penberthy.
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.
I wish I could keep going,'' the senior from Chula Vista said when he finally sank into a locker-room chair.
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.
Farnham screamed, pounding his right fist against the locker-room wall.
Hackett, who was reared an Episcopalian, introduced the Lord's Prayer as part of the locker-room routine this season.
The wall-size photo of the banners and the numbers that hangs in the locker-room hallway.
Tenders are invited for Architectural Services for architectural design of public locker-rooms for the Salida Hot Springs Aquatic Center.