(n.) The most capitalist month of the year
(n.) The certain outcome of an uncertain income
(n.) A tennis game played by athletic couples who wish to burn a few calories while arguing
(n.) A person who thinks twice before saying nothing
(n.) A physician’s forecast of the disease by the patient’s pulse and purse
(n.) A job-hunting license
(n.) The poor man’s divorce
(n.) Something easy to figure out. The sex is the same but the dishes start piling up.
(n.) A changeable seat cover for babies and seniors
(n.) The penalty for exceeding the weight limit
(n.) The roughest distance between two points.
(n.) A muscular partition separating disorders of the chest from disorders of the bowels
(n.) An animal that is half a dog high by a dog and a half long
(n.) A brief period of starvation followed by a gain of ten pounds
(n.) A governing system where everything that isn’t forbidden is obligatory