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Definition of beaver breather

beaver breather


  • the space/gap between certain women's most upper and inner thigh just below her crotch. Fairly rare and quite a treat. From front or behind light will shine through also known as Factory Air.
    Check out the beaver breather on that!

    Last edited on Nov 07 2013. Submitted by Blade from Grand Rapids, MI, USA on Dec 19 2012.

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Other terms relating to 'beaver':

Definitions include: shortened form of beaver.
Definitions include: vagina.
Definitions include: a pornographic photograph graphically displaying the "beaver" (i.e. external female genitalia.)
Definitions include: vaginal moisture.
Definitions include: to have sexual intercourse with a girl for her first time.
Definitions include: to urinate.
Definitions include: an enthusiastic person.
Definitions include: acronym for "potential beaver shot".
Definitions include: to sit with your legs spread apart while wearing a skirt.

Other terms relating to 'breathe':

Definitions include: implies someone who is (sometimes) not too bright, unkempt, nerdy.

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