Reno-vate:Or: renovate , to get a divorce (in Reno).
(1) Jerry Warrimer (Cary Grant) just before falling prey to such suspicions himself in The Awful Truth (1937): ' That's the trouble with most marriages today. People are always imagining things. The road to Reno is paved with suspicions. The first thing you know they all end up in a divorce court .'
(2) The Countess De Lave (Mary Boland) and Miriam Aarons (Paulette Goddard) toasting Reno as a divorce capitol in The Women (1939):
-- The Countess: ' Reno... American cradle of liberty! '
-- Miriam Aarons: ' Reno... beautiful emblem of the Great Divide .'
See Also: get it Reno-vated, get Reno-vated, go Renoverboard, have it Reno'd, have it Reno-vated, reno-it, Reno-vate, Reno-vation, renokay, renorush, renovate, renovation, renoverboarding, Renovorce
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