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Definition of a map



  • a person's face.
    Get out of my map.
    • See more words with the same meaning: face.

    Last edited on Nov 25 2002. Submitted by Emily from Leawood, KS, USA on Nov 25 2002.

  • Meat and pussy
    Girl u like that map.

    Last edited on Feb 17 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 17 2014.

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Other terms relating to 'face':

Definitions include: face.
Definitions include: the facial expression one wears when having an orgasm.
Definitions include: teeth.
Definitions include: to stare at a person in an aggressive way.
Definitions include: to body check as in sports (hockey, American football, rugby, etc.)

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Other terms relating to 'map':

Definitions include: For a man to ejaculate on someone.
Definitions include: female pubic area.
Definitions include: well-known, established.
Definitions include: See on the map.
Definitions include: an overview or plan.

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