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Definition of an outie

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Other terms relating to 'to go, leave, exit':

Definitions include: to drive around in a vehicle for fun; "joy ride".
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: go away.
Definitions include: the more outgoing person in a pair.
Definitions include: a female.
Definitions include: to eat a lot.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: to leave for now.
Definitions include: to leave; "roll out".
Definitions include: spelling and pronunciation variant of "shake the spot", meaning to leave.
Definitions include: to leave quickly; sometimes referring to leaving as a negative action.
Definitions include: to defecate.
Definitions include: to leave, to do something.
Definitions include: to leave quickly; "haul ass".

Other terms relating to 'vehicles (related to)':

Definitions include: the passenger seat in a vehicle.
Definitions include: to accelerate quickly in an automobile, such that the tires don't get traction with the ground and spin freely.
Definitions include: a parking spot very close to one's destination.
Definitions include: a gentle nudge to an automobile, performed by another automobile.
Definitions include: see outie.
Definitions include: to sit in the passenger seat of a motor vehicle.
Definitions include: a person who lives in a rural area.
Definitions include: to start a motor vehicle without keys.
Definitions include: An abnormally large exhaust tip, typically chrome, which is intended to convince people the installed vehicle has a professional-level racing exhaust.
Definitions include: to leave or exit quickly.
Definitions include: acronym of "definite doink".
Definitions include: superficial injuries (i.e. scrapes and scratches) caused by sliding along a road.
Definitions include: wheel rims that are 20 inches in diameter.
Definitions include: an automatic transmission.
Definitions include: 20 inch auto rims.

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Other terms relating to 'outie':

Definitions include: see Audi 5000.
Definitions include: a person who leaves quickly when something bad is about to happen.

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