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Definition of a tronche



  • n. Ugly (face), as in "Hey, tronche". Mild insult, from French slang tronche, meaning "face". Near rhyme for tranche, "slice" (of cake).

    Citation from Maja the Sky Witch to Princess Bubblegum in Something Big, Adventure Time season 6, episode 10 censored in hope of resolving Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Jul 07 2014. Submitted by Rich on Jul 07 2014.

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