While prescribing a diet consisting of a steady gorging process for Homer, Dr. Nick suggests that it be combined with this relaxation tactic
A term for the French coined by Groundskeeper Willie.
Homer's description of his act after eating a waffle that Bart threw on the ceiling, which he was praying to as if it were God.
A legendary horse born with the head of a rabbit and the body of a rabbit.
A big, dumb, balding North American ape…with no chin…and a short temper.
A cube, according to Professor Frink
Germany, as described by one of the new owners of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant in 'Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk.'
A device for shrinking a person to microscopic size, coined by Professor Frink
Ralph Wiggum's description of a rat in 'This Little Wiggy'
A person who cannot create condensation very well on glass with their breath, according to Jimbo Jones
A term for 'slaughterhouse' used by Troy McClure in a vintage pro-meat/pro-slaughter documentary; Ralph wants to go there
Kent Brockman's conflation of two words referring to Krusty's failure to pay his taxes in 'Bart the Fink.'
A baby sandwich, according to Chief Wiggum in 'The Secret War of Lisa Simpson.'
The 13th month of the year
Invented by Bart as a dysphemism for 'stomach' after Nelson takes exception to his saying 'tummy.'
A fictional Australian barroom game at which Bart excels
Bart's interpretation of the word 'jazz.' From the episode 'Jazzy and the Pussycats'.
Homer's term for the bait that leads to his being strung up by the foot in a trap in 'Boy-Scoutz 'n the Hood'
Without constant reassurement, it will die, and it is sexually attracted to fire. It is endangered and illegal to kill one, despite the fact that it is a menace and, as Homer puts it, 'God... want[s] it to die'.
The science museum 'Where science is explained with brightly-colored balls', was visited by the Simpsons in episode 'This Little Wiggy'
Skinner's term for hamburgers (an Albany expression)
Dictionary-defined as 'To succeed despite idiocy'
A term for Canada coined by Homer in 'The Bart Wants What It Wants'.
A word meaning valid or acceptable, possibly coined by Miss Hoover
The name Homer gives to the monstrous vice that has metaphorically 'enslaved' Marge in '$pringfield'
Ralph Wiggum's assessment of his ability to fail English
What Smithers tells Burns the angry movie audience is saying after a screening of his film 'A Burns for All Seasons'
A portmanteau created by Homer when Lisa tells him that the Chinese have the same word for two tangentially related terms in English
An acceptable atomic weight for the element 'Bolonium,' according to a promotional periodic table provided by Oscar Mayer.
Jebediah Springfield's term for a buffalo
Interjection uttered when something is stolen or grabbed
The Japanese, according to Burns' grandfather in 'Last Exit to Springfield'
Groundskeeper Willie's term for the sixth sense in 'Treehouse of Horror V'
Grampa's 'highly dubious' word for 'twenty'
The state of Ned Flanders being the answer to a question or proposition.
A fictitious school bully prank referred to by Milhouse, the avoidance of which is cited as the reason why he won't look out the bus window.
Ned Flanders' typically cuddly and innocent term for a foster child.
An imaginary flying dog made up by Ralph Wiggum
To make something better, according to Jebediah Springfield
The fake Scottish festival unwittingly attended by Groundskeeper Willie in 'Bart's Girlfriend'.
A term for Florida coined by Homer in reference to its shape
A common man's term for garage, coined by Moe Szyslak in 'The Springfield Connection'.
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