Sunday's term was save harmless, which is defined as:
v. 1) also called hold harmless, to indemnify (protect) another from harm or cost. 2) to agree to guarantee that any debt, lawsuit or claim which may arise as a result of a contract or contract performance will be paid or taken care of by the party making the guarantee. Example: the seller of a business agrees to "save harmless" the buyer from any unknown debts of the business. See also: hold harmless indemnify.
I received the following guess via email from Jonathan: Save harmless is another way of saying "hold harmless" or "indemnify".
He got it right!
Today's term is:
As always, no dictionaries.