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Definition of a chimney

chimney

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Definitions include: a sailor in deep do-do with the old man or any superior
Definitions include: For slang words meaning great, see good, okay, cool, awesome, fun.
Definitions include: a person who complains constantly.
Definitions include: See girly-girl.
Definitions include: better behavior than someone else.
Definitions include: a can of beer containing more than 12 fluid ounces.
Definitions include: upset and angry
Definitions include: When a man and a woman appear to be cuddled up so closed to keep each other warm. Compare to Chillin', Coolin', or exchanging body heat. Example My Girl and I was in the rear of the club getting real nice and [cozy].
Definitions include: most definitely.
Definitions include: scared or cowardly

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