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hockey mom

[hok-ee mom] /ˈhɒk i ˌmɒm/
noun, U.S. and Canada. Informal.
1.
a mother who spends much time driving her children to hockey rinks, watching their games, and encouraging their participation in the sport:
Hockey moms are made of tough stuff.
Origin of hockey mom
1955-1960
First recorded in 1955-60
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noun

a winning streak; a lucky spell

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In basketball, we often say someone who is scoring well in a game has a "hot hand."

Word Origin

1926

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