mak mak  /ˈmæk/

Definition(s):

  • (n) a terrorist organization founded by Osama bin Laden in the 1980s to provide money and recruit fighters around the world; enlisted and transported thousands of men to Afghanistan to fight the Russians; a split in the group led bin Laden and the extremist faction of MAK to form al-Qaeda

Usage(s):

  1. A good musician, a born improviser, he was soon mak-ing all the Whiteman arrangements.
  2. In the committee room Senators found him an easy, pleasant gentleman who could give them cigars without mak-ing them feel under obligation to him.
  3. A badde man or fals wolde hym mak syckyn, Men koud hym trust for used car or fryd chyckyn.

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  • Dick Morris, who wrote the foreword to I've Always Been A Yankee Fan, praised Mr. Kuiper's "wonderful little book" for "mak[ing] sure that Hillary's quotes and lies are not forgotten but come back to haunt her" when she inevitably runs...
    on Apr 10, 2006 By: Dick Morris Source: American Spectator

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