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Definition of a snowbird

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Definitions include: See the devil.
Definitions include: when a person's eyes are half closed due to being intoxicated or stoned.
Definitions include: someone who has it together, is in the zone, on, all that or got it together.
Definitions include: an uncultured person who lives in a rural area.
Definitions include: shopping as a way to improve one's mood.
Definitions include: a party where the females greatly outnumber the males.
Definitions include: huge, enormous.
Definitions include: to overly stuff something; when relating to a car - to pack full of people.
Definitions include: a brief sexual encounter.
Definitions include: very unattractive.

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