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Definition of a reesty

reesty

adjective

  • dirty and overweight.
    She looks reesty in those pants.

    Last edited on Mar 09 2016. Submitted by Desi M. from Provo, UT, USA on Jun 18 2002.

noun

  • a dirty and overweight person.
    In those pants, she looks like a reesty.

    Last edited on Mar 09 2016. Submitted by Desi M. from Provo, UT, USA on Jun 18 2002.

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