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Definition of a cheeseball

cheeseball

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noun

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Other terms relating to 'corny':

Definitions include: the state of being cheesy.
Definitions include: lacking excitement or people; "boring".
Definitions include: lacking in taste; "lame"; "corny".
Definitions include: mean or disrespectful.
Definitions include: to smile widely, with teeth.
Definitions include: used in place of the word "cheesy."

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Definitions include: a large amount.
Definitions include: old or out of style.
Definitions include: a vacuous, foolish idea.
Definitions include: a penis.
Definitions include: to sneeze and cough at the same time.
Definitions include: to tease or harass.
Definitions include: Position during sex where female sits astride male, facing his feet.
Definitions include: "did you eat".
Definitions include: "for sure".
Definitions include: "bourgeois".

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