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Definition of a 'sept

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Definitions include: Someone who spews inane new-age hogwash to an idiot public eager for easy fixes to life's hard problems.
Definitions include: Short slang for "rising". A rising is another name for a painful boil of the skin.
Definitions include: testicle.
Definitions include: friendly form of address for something small, e.g. a small animal.
Definitions include: "never mind".
Definitions include: wealthy people, well-dressed, and get good grades, and are the athletes.
Definitions include: to dismiss emotionally, with laughter.
Definitions include: Commonly abbreviated form of dodgy, meaning of a dangerous nature.
Definitions include: British Military slang for a knife, fork and spoon.
Definitions include: From Helen of Troy, described by Christopher Marlowe as having "the face that launched a thousand ships."

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