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Definition of chreaster
Slang terms with the same meaning
Other terms relating to ' religion (related to)':
Definitions include: disparaging term for an enthusiastic religious believer.
Definitions include: the image of Jesus on a grilled cheese sandwich.
Definitions include: God.
Definitions include: relating to a WASP.
Definitions include: a person who practices the virtues of Catholicism for the duration of the mass (roughly 45 minutes) but not for the remainder of the week.
Definitions include: a Mormon.
Definitions include: acronym for "White Anglo-Saxon Protestant."
Definitions include: "Jesus".
Definitions include: derogatory term for Christian.
Definitions include: Christianity.
Definitions include: promoting Christianity.
Definitions include: to attempt to convince a person or group of something that they already believe.
Definitions include: "lord".
Definitions include: an exclamation of surprise.
Definitions include: acronym for "in Jesus's name."
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Definitions include: the loud repetition of a speaker's words by members of a crowd, such that the speaker's words are audible over a longer distance.
Definitions include: forget you or whatever then
Definitions include: alcoholic.
Definitions include: to have sex with a different woman after being with someone for a length of time.
Definitions include: shouted when one throws anything into a target, such a crumpled paper into a trash bin.
Definitions include: The fragile emotional state just before a major, public meltdown.
Definitions include: A mix of the words fag and homo
Definitions include: something worthless or of low quality.
Definitions include: to defecate. Definitions include: Expression of disappointment, similar to 'bummer', though more forceful. 'Bummer' tends to be used when something unforeseen and unfortunate occurs. 'Rats', on the other hand tends to be used when you have been making a concerted effort to do something and it suddenly fails. You only use 'rats' about your own misfortune. You can use 'bummer' sympathetically also about someone else's misfortune.
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