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1/29/2014

Delver's Dictionary | Butter

BUTTER. n. (1) A fatty substance derived from milk and used in cooking and baking; (2) Gold, usually of the raw and uncoined varieties, as in the phrase "butter this" -- as in Butter this palm or [threat]; (3) A bribe, usually (but not always) of gold.

"Thrix better butter us good for that body we buried back in Blackloome."

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  1. (4) A sticky, gooey, often stinking paste-like material exuded by some humanoids and placed liberally around a lair to mark territory -- cf. "stink butter" of gnolls.

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    1. I like it!

      Not to collect or anything. Though I imagine stink butter could have its uses.

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