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Definition of cleed

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Definitions include: A bad Toshiba laptop
Definitions include: a person who pretends to be sexually available.
Definitions include: to take all of a person's money.
Definitions include: too rich, white, and/or upper class.
Definitions include: alternate spelling of hoopty.
Definitions include: used to refer to a location (close to the speaker, or where the speaker currently is) with which one is familiar, or where one lives.
Definitions include: the mouth.
Definitions include: Sasube(Sa-Su'-Be); to encourage, to strive, to achieve, strengthen, motivate, go the distance, do not give up.
Definitions include: to flatulate; "fart".
Definitions include: person who engages in computer security breaching through use of widely available prepackaged exploiting utilities, for recreational purposes and without significant low-level knowledge of computer security.

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