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Definition of a mossie

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Other terms relating to 'bugs, insects (list of)':

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Definitions include: a woodlouse, AKA pill bug.
Definitions include: a mosquito.
Definitions include: a firefly.
Definitions include: a mosquito.

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Definitions include: a country greeting meaning hello.
Definitions include: the stiff-legged, short-stepped walk one does when one is afraid they may not make it to the bathroom in time, especially if one has diarrhea.
Definitions include: a fictitious person to compare a drunk person to.
Definitions include: the act of an older woman searching for a younger man.
Definitions include: one of many apocryphal sex "moves".
Definitions include: to leave; "roll out".
Definitions include: Australian slang for eroding away someone's position through constant criticism.
Definitions include: to perform fellatio.
Definitions include: to consume ravenously.
Definitions include: to give someone oral sex.

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