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Definition of a Melvin



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Other terms relating to 'unattractive, ugly male':

Definitions include: the police.

Other terms relating to 'uncool person, jerk, asshole (general insults - list of)':

Definitions include: variation of "douchebag", but deemed far worse.
Definitions include: very common spelling of choad.
Definitions include: an unattractive or promiscuous female.
Definitions include: a person who is silly.
Definitions include: buttocks.
Definitions include: a contemptible person.
Definitions include: mouth.
Definitions include: a useless or low-class person.
Definitions include: a dumb, stupid, lame, or slow person.
Definitions include: general insult.
Definitions include: an unnamed, disliked person.
Definitions include: a person who is being an idiot or a stupid ass.
Definitions include: an unpleasant or nasty person.
Definitions include: one who appears foolish, like a clown.
Definitions include: a disliked person.

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Other terms relating to 'melv':

Definitions include: a loser, dweeb, nerd, social outcast.

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