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Definition of a derro

derro

noun

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Definitions include: tight-wad, does not "let go" of money easily.
Definitions include: a drink of alcohol in the morning - of the same type one was drinking the previous night - to ward off or stop a hangover.
Definitions include: archaic term for a marijuana smoker.
Definitions include: an unintelligent person.
Definitions include: to have sex with a woman.
Definitions include: see the heebie jeebies.
Definitions include: a bowl of marijuana packed in a heap beyond the rim to maximize the amount it contains
Definitions include: a alcoholic beverage consumed "on the road" (i.e. in a vehicle.)
Definitions include: imagine an imaginary hair piece that everyone wears which is sensitive to shock.
Definitions include: wearing a lot of silver jewelry.

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