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googlewhack

/ (ˈɡuːɡəlˌwæk) /
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noun
a search of the internet, using the Google search engine and without using quote marks, for a combination of two legitimate words that yields only one result
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Word Origin for googlewhack

C21: from Google + whack attempt
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