/ˈeɪmzˌeɪs/

noun

1 a two ones. b the lowest throw at dice. c a pair of aces. 2 a bad luck. b worthlessness.

Matt never knew what to say when it came to approaching women in bars. He was not eloquent in day-to-day discourse. And he was down right inarticulate when pretty ladies were involved. His friends were not as hapless. His friends, it seemed, were like Shakespeare. They deftly manipulated the English language to win the affection of their targets, even if only for a night. Matt admired his friends for their willingness to risk the prosperity of an evening on a lucky throw of words, which were just as likely to lead to a blow job in the bathroom as they were to elicit the ambsace of a barely contained conceit.


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“Ambsace.” The Effin’ Word, The Effin’ Word, https://effinwords.com/dictionary/ambsace. Accessed 23 Oct. 2020.

The Effin’ Word, s.v. “ambsace”, accessed October 23, 2020, https://effinwords.com/dictionary/ambsace.

The Effin’ Word. (n.d.). Ambsace. In The Effin’ Word. Retrieved October 23, 2020, from https://effinwords.com/dictionary/ambsace


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