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silly season

noun
1.
a time of year, usually in midsummer or during a holiday period, characterized by exaggerated news stories, frivolous entertainments, outlandish publicity stunts, etc.:
The new movie reminds us that the silly season is here.
Origin
1870-1875
1870-75
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silly season

noun
1.
(Brit) a period, usually during the hot summer months, when journalists fill space reporting on frivolous events and activities
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silk

noun

A white person: So did the silks on the Knapp Commission ever ask about the rate of drug busts? (1960s+ Black)

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hit the silk


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