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Definition of 'stone

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Definitions include: displeasing or questionable.
Definitions include: very good, unique, cool.
Definitions include: 1. n. the jaw; the region of flesh covering the jaw: this is the classical dictionary definition.
Definitions include: vulva; colloquially "vagina".
Definitions include: $5 worth of drugs
Definitions include: get caught doing something one shouldn't
Definitions include: see money shot.
Definitions include: for every bad thing that happens, there's something positive about it.
Definitions include: everyone believing Bamurien and following his strategies (that makes them Bamtards) can also be used other ways like looking at a group or raid that wiped because they were following a Bammed strategy and bammed it up and died'/ See Also "Bamnit"
Definitions include: to bring one's palm to one's face as a sign of disbelief or disappointment.

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