Also called lobster trick. (def 2).
A working shift beginning about midnight
[1920s+ Newspaper office; perhaps fr lobster, ”fool, dupe,” found by 1896]
- Lobster-tail helmet
[lob-ster-teyl] /ˈlɒb stərˌteɪl/ noun, Armor. 1. a burgonet fitted with a long, articulated tail of lames for protecting the nape of the neck, worn by cavalry in the 17th century.
noun 1. a dish of cooked lobster meat placed back in the shell with a cream sauce, sprinkled with grated cheese and melted butter, and browned in the oven. /ˈθɜːmɪˌdɔː/ noun 1. a dish of cooked lobster, replaced in its shell with a creamy cheese sauce
[lob-stik] /ˈlɒbˌstɪk/ noun, Canadian. 1. .
local on-board time