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8 thoughts on “ Catawompus - Its Spelled C.A.T.A.W.O.M.P.U.S. (CD, Album)

  1. Synonyms for catawampus include askew, awry, crooked, destructive, fierce, off-kilter, oblique, lopsided, aslant and slanted. Find more similar words at inexscapcomdamarsireconcibumbmor.coinfo!
  2. COVID and all it entails has spawned dozens of novel words. At the same time, existing ones have been called into service. Lockdown is one.
  3. 1. When something is all off balance or disheveled to the degree that you can see how its supposed to be and yet its clear that some rough-housing or real messin/cuttin up has made it nearly unworthy of bothering with to get it back that way due to the humor of the present state. 2. When someones point of view is really askew or makes no sense, thus their timing or sense of appropriateness lacks.
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  5. The term catawampus is usually heard in the southern region of the US. It originates from the French word 'quarter' which means four cornered. It is very similar to the term catty-corner.
  6. Vudogal says:
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  7. Kagaramar says:
    Cater is an English adjustment of French quatre "four" and began its life referring to the dots on the "four" side of a die (plural dice). It was quickly picked up by catercap, a four-cornered hat usually worn with a corner in front and another in back, rather than squarely across the face. Something like this lent itself to a shift in meaning.
  8. Gozshura says:
    catawampus (adj.) also catawampous, cattywampus, catiwampus, etc. (see "Dictionary of American Slang" for more), American inexscapcomdamarsireconcibumbmor.coinfo first element perhaps is from obsolete cater "to set or move diagonally" (see catty-cornered); the second element perhaps is related to Scottish wampish "to wriggle, twist, or swerve about." Or perhaps the whole is simply the sort of jocular pseudo-classical.

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