Just as I'm finishing this post, they subbed out Greenland with: "Romney, Cameron Engage in Olympic Games Tiff."
On the show, she was the epitome of Marilyn Monroe hotness, but subbed loud belches for breathy coos—and then laughed about it.
So when I went ashore with a couple of dollars I'd subbed from the skipper, I didn't want much to upset me.
Course, we was only gettin' our ten per cent., and from some we'd subbed out not even that.
That day she was ill, Sue Mason subbed for her; and she probably would again.
Bustling off in search of Irma, Jerry accosted her with: Who subbed for me to-day at the nursery?
He subbed as ship's cook when things were slow in his specialty.
To block or thwart; frustrate: Instead, the drive toward integration has been stymied by the speed-bump of crime
[1857+ Golf; origin uncertain; perhaps fr British dialect stimey, ''dim-sighted person,'' fr stime, ''ray or bit of light''; adopted in golf for situations where the player or, as it were, the ball cannot ''see'' a clear path ahead]
Excellent; fine; cool
Smooth skill; polished adroitness: He has plenty of suave when it comes to girls
: Then I took her off her feet. I suaved her/ I guess old Buck suaved her off her feet (1960s+ Teenagers)