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Definition of book

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Other terms relating to 'good, okay, cool, awesome, fun':

Definitions include: something that is so exceptionally good or fun it could be as addictive as crack (i.e. crack cocaine).
Definitions include: tight or fun.
Definitions include: to say.
Definitions include: fun, good, etc.
Definitions include: use in place of "off the hook" meaning very good, excellent, cool, or tight.
Definitions include: fun or relaxing.
Definitions include: good
Definitions include: offensive speech about another person.
Definitions include: Used to indicate an extreme like for something.
Definitions include: very good, excellent; "cool".
Definitions include: the best.
Definitions include: "favorite".
Definitions include: very "bomb".
Definitions include: very good, excellent; "cool".
Definitions include: perfect, great, excellent; "cool"; "awesome".

Other terms relating to 'to go, leave, exit':

Definitions include: a motorcycle.
Definitions include: to move or to go.
Definitions include: to leave in a hurry; not running, but quickly and quietly so as to not attract attention.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: to leave, to do something.
Definitions include: go away.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: a successful thing, especially a movie.
Definitions include: to go to the location of one of the speakers.
Definitions include: to leave a place in disgust, usually as a result of finding it boring.
Definitions include: walking, generally as opposed to driving.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: see outie.
Definitions include: to leave.

Slang terms with the same root words

Other terms relating to 'book':

Definitions include: to move very fast.
Definitions include: knowledge gained from reading and studying.
Definitions include: strictly following procedure.
Definitions include: a lock-up in a local police station.
Definitions include: to end.
Definitions include: manipulated accounting records.
Definitions include: to change accounting records to hide fraud or other crimes.
Definitions include: to not follow the script.
Definitions include: to prepare for school.
Definitions include: something extremely notable.
Definitions include: a paper notebook passed between peers at a school, in which they write mean things about classmates and others.
Definitions include: to prosecute to the full extent of the law.

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