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Definition of bogey

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Definitions include: many or much.
Definitions include: Telling someone off; pointing out what the other person did wrong; a confrontation; i.e. giving someone what for
Definitions include: miscellaneous things.
Definitions include: variant of hella (i.e. very, really, extremely or many, much, lots.)
Definitions include: seats in a venue far from the stage.
Definitions include: the act of car prowling that usually doesn't involve actually taking the vehicle itself, but its contents
Definitions include: quite drunk.
Definitions include: Used to describe the one's inability to function normally in a social situation surrounding a musical or stage performance due to preoccupation with the performance itself.
Definitions include: waste of flesh
Definitions include: to be highly stoned.

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