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Definition of armor

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Other terms relating to 'the whole body':

Definitions include: one's body.
Definitions include: The human nervous system, as opposed to computer hardware or software.
Definitions include: body.
Definitions include: anything displeasing.
Definitions include: one's self or one's body.
Definitions include: spelling variant of tushie.
Definitions include: alternate spelling of tushie.
Definitions include: a person.
Definitions include: the buttocks.
Definitions include: a toned body that one would feel comfortable exposing in swimwear.
Definitions include: extremely ugly.
Definitions include: buttocks.

Slang terms with the same root words

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Definitions include: hang on / held on.
Definitions include: fallen in a dramatic fashion; "head over heels".
Definitions include: a canister of tear gas.
Definitions include: very pissed, i.e. very angry.
Definitions include: suspicious (of something.)
Definitions include: "adult baby / diaper lover".
Definitions include: courage.
Definitions include: flatulence.
Definitions include: to break one's kneecaps as a form of punishment.
Definitions include: to defecate.

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