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Definition of ankle biter

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Other terms relating to 'ankle':

Definitions include: to leave.

Other terms relating to 'bite':

Definitions include: to talk a lot but never take action.
Definitions include: to be of poor quality, displeasing.
Definitions include: to have negative consequences.
Definitions include: to fall and hit the ground.
Definitions include: a command, similar to "Go to hell!" (i.e. "Leave me alone!" "Go away!" etc.)
Definitions include: to take on a situation one can't master.
Definitions include: a dismissive retort; "go to hell".
Definitions include: to reprimand.
Definitions include: to be nervous or afraid.
Definitions include: to restrain one's self, and not say something that one wants to say.
Definitions include: a person who "bites".
Definitions include: to die or to get killed.
Definitions include: to stoically endure something unpleasant.
Definitions include: to start drinking alcohol again in the morning to avoid feeling hung-over.
Definitions include: to die.

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