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whatsis

and whatsit and whatzit and whazzit (ˈʍətsɪs and ˈʍətsɪt and ˈʍətsɪt and ˈʍəzɪt)
n. a name for a person or thing whose real name has been forgotten or is being avoided. Put this little whatzit on the top and another on the bottom.

whatsit

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And when they are working they whatsits off, day and night to try and get it right they don't need Eddie giving them stick they don't deserve.
reading, writing and discussing offside thingies and penalty whatsits with his pals.
He said: "Football is the greatest game in the world for giving you a kick in the whatsits one day and lifting you up into the clouds the next.
It's no good just eating organic, now all your lotions and potions have to be untouched by nasty whatsits too.
It brought tears to the eyes but there was a more painful kick in the whatsits to come for Hibs.
Warm and cosy, glittery and girlie, this scarf is the dog's whatsits.
No doubt these gizmos are the dogs' whatsits but, ye Gods, just think about the size of the instruction manuals.
I wouldn't want to be a guinea pig and then find me whatsits dropped off," says Ron elegantly.
The smart money says it involves a kicking - either in the whatsits or out of the house.
Just as the Skyline has its V-spec range, the Primera range flagship will be the dog's whatsits.
Before it started I would have been freezing my whatsits off in Newmarket riding three or four horses on the gallops and that would have been it unless you were lucky enough to get a job abroad.
So why did the Scottish Minister for Whatsits raise the matter in the first place?
You can get your whatsits squeezed and they'll yank your fingers back off the ball.