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Definition of Baldylocks

Baldylocks

noun - uncountable

  • form of address or reference for a person who is completely bald or balding. i.e. someone without "locks" of hair.
    Hey baldylocks - wassup?

    Last edited on Apr 07 2013. Submitted by Akatt from Puyallup, WA 98371, USA on Aug 14 2012.

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