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Definition of badload

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Other terms relating to 'drunk person, person under the influence of alcohol':

Definitions include: a drunk person stumbling around.
Definitions include: extremely inebriated.
Definitions include: a fictitious person to compare a drunk person to.

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Definitions include: A large amount.
Definitions include: misspelling of junkie.
Definitions include: a "mode" activated by typing in all capital letters.
Definitions include: clothes.
Definitions include: something legitimate.
Definitions include: an alcoholic.
Definitions include: intoxicated.
Definitions include: a quiet clap, originating at golf competitions, whereby one pats the base of one palm lightly with the fingers of the other hand. Used because it is quieter than "normal" claps.
Definitions include: to fall asleep.
Definitions include: A political ideology marked by the refusal of its adherents to admit that a policy (or set of policies) has any resemblance to Socialism.

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