Could care less is now an established idiom in the U.S., though it still faces resistance, and it has by no means supplanted couldn’t care less.
= colloquial for anywhere or any place.
The and is often unnecessary.
Bridle: horses. Bridal: weddings.
= full to the limit. Chalk-full is a misspelling.
They will continue to face resistance in some circles, but they are well-established in general usage.
in poetry, a metrical foot consisting of a stressed syllable followed by an unstressed one.
Foolproof = infallible, or impervious to fools.
an unnecessary variant of seldom, which is an adverb.
archaism meaning, essentially, “oh no!” or “how unfortunate!”