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Definition of Christmahanakwanzika

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Other terms relating to 'holidays (list of)':

Definitions include: "Thanksgiving".
Definitions include: a holiday featured in a Seinfeld episode which includes the "Airing of Grievances" and "Feats of Strength".
Definitions include: See Chrismahanukwanzakah.
Definitions include: the phenomenon whereby the beginning of the Christmas shopping "season" beings earlier each consecutive year.
Definitions include: "the holidays".
Definitions include: "Christmas".
Definitions include: Thanksgiving.
Definitions include: all-inclusive term for the holiday season at the end of the Gregorian calendar.
Definitions include: Christmas, especially the more secular and commercial aspects.

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Definitions include: to smoke marijuana.
Definitions include: variant of bounce, i.e. to leave.
Definitions include: "later".
Definitions include: Now listen here "STUPID!"
Definitions include: to jokingly deceive.
Definitions include: any email that is unpleasant in tone or content.
Definitions include: misspelling of correctamundo.
Definitions include: male genitalia.
Definitions include: misspelling of uppity.
Definitions include: to lend.

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