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Definition of breezer

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Other terms relating to 'car, motorcycle, or other vehicle':

Definitions include: inadequate or displeasing.
Definitions include: any automobile.
Definitions include: a motorcycle.
Definitions include: a motorcycle.
Definitions include: misspelling of jalopy.
Definitions include: misspelling of jalopy.
Definitions include: a small, usually propeller-driven, plane.
Definitions include: a Chevrolet automobile.
Definitions include: a vehicle.
Definitions include: a BMW automobile.
Definitions include: motorcycle.
Definitions include: a limousine.
Definitions include: unattractive or undesirable.
Definitions include: a car with 4 cylinders.
Definitions include: a motor vehicle in which one shags - i.e. has sex.

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Definitions include: acronym for "real soon now."
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: bad.
Definitions include: "cool".
Definitions include: "asshole".
Definitions include: to kiss with tongue contact.
Definitions include: closely, as in a close friendship or a close working relationship.
Definitions include: "from what I understand".
Definitions include: greatly liking of.
Definitions include: a cigarette rolling paper.

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