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Definition of callaway'd

callaway'd

verb

  • Extreme betrayal. When someone gains your love and trust and then sets you up and he and his buddies rape and broadcast the act for money.

    Last edited on Jan 13 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 13 2014.

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