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Definition of a swank

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Other terms relating to 'stolen, stolen goods':

Definitions include: stolen.
Definitions include: promotional material.
Definitions include: stolen car
Definitions include: a reckless ride taken in a (usually stolen) automobile.
Definitions include: a ride in a motor vehicle (usually stolen) taken for fun.
Definitions include: a pretend occurrence during which stealing is permitted.
Definitions include: A stolen cellular phone that is is typically passed around for anyone's use before the service is eventually turned off.
Definitions include: stolen.
Definitions include: an attractive person.

Other terms relating to 'stylish, styling':

Definitions include: dressed well.
Definitions include: to have, to take.
Definitions include: a male talented in attracting females.
Definitions include: a great amount of swag.
Definitions include: stylish, fashionable; "cool".
Definitions include: suave; "hip", "cool".
Definitions include: a person's style, attitude, general demeanor.
Definitions include: styling.
Definitions include: promotional material.
Definitions include: a man that is dressed well, attractive and well off.
Definitions include: fashionable.
Definitions include: very good, excellent, interesting, fun, etc.
Definitions include: perfect, great, excellent; "cool"; "awesome".
Definitions include: stylish; "smooth".
Definitions include: very good, excellent; "cool".

Other terms relating to 'unspecified item(s), 'stuff', 'thing(s)'':

Definitions include: a single element in a graphical user interface.
Definitions include: thing.
Definitions include: "thing".
Definitions include: a "professional wrestler" who loses matches so as to build up a featured wrestler's win/loss record and crowd appeal.
Definitions include: to Hawaiians, used to describe people/places/objects.
Definitions include: affectionate form of reference or address for one's significant other.
Definitions include: alternate spelling of thingies.
Definitions include: see do-hickey.
Definitions include: any object.
Definitions include: a trinket.
Definitions include: replacement name for an object whose name one doesn't know or has forgotten.
Definitions include: an item whose name one doesn't know or has forgotten.
Definitions include: an item whose name can't be recalled at the moment.
Definitions include: an unspecified thing.
Definitions include: male genitalia.

Slang terms with the same root words

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Definitions include: restroom.
Definitions include: The name given to a very short skirt. Origin: Greyhound racing. i.e. It is only an inch from the "hare."
Definitions include: gold fronts or gold teeth.
Definitions include: dinner.
Definitions include: "these".
Definitions include: to believe a lie.
Definitions include: let's take it outside - let's fight.
Definitions include: to try to attain or achieve.
Definitions include: an attractive woman.
Definitions include: any real or implied critters (i.e. little organisms) living in someone's crotch (i.e. genital area.)

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