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Definition of character

character

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Definitions include: To have a cool little spin move in sports, or otherwise.
Definitions include: energy, spirit.
Definitions include: an exaggeration that is more lie than truth.
Definitions include: a person proficient in technology.
Definitions include: to be able to perform fellatio well.
Definitions include: a piece of crack cocaine weighing approximately 0.2 grams, usually selling for $USD 10 - $USD 20.
Definitions include: "class".
Definitions include: a great quantity.
Definitions include: the period during which one drinks or does drugs, i.e. before one goes to rehab.
Definitions include: if two or more people call shotgun without calling no j ("no joust") they would have to play rock paper scissors for the position.

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