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Definition of addy

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Definitions include: "anyone".
Definitions include: sister.
Definitions include: "criminal".
Definitions include: "tomorrow".
Definitions include: shortened form of "cool".
Definitions include: "cucumber".
Definitions include: "promenade".
Definitions include: nothing.
Definitions include: "because".
Definitions include: greetings.
Definitions include: the greeting "good day".
Definitions include: Short and sassy for "whatever."
Definitions include: encouraging form of address, usually of a male.
Definitions include: "mayonnaise".
Definitions include: "alternative".

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Definitions include: acronym of "definite doink".
Definitions include: Dork.
Definitions include: acronym for "poor white trash".
Definitions include: very drunk.
Definitions include: to expel air from the vagina.
Definitions include: an attractive man.
Definitions include: on a menstrual cycle.
Definitions include: a person who would have been called "suave" (perhaps mockingly) in the 1980s.
Definitions include: An extremely messy place, or very unorganized place.
Definitions include: a general insult.

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