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    master of the art of the dill

    What does the phrase "master of the art of the dill" mean?

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    Re: master of the art of the dill

    I have no idea. In AmE, dill is a seasoning.

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    Re: master of the art of the dill

    It's making fun of Sarah Palin's accent. She is saying "deal." "The Art of the Deal" is Trump's famous book.

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    Re: master of the art of the dill

    Where did you find the phrase, maisha?

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