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Definition of crabbit

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Definitions include: to attempt.
Definitions include: a jerk.
Definitions include: a graffiti mural.
Definitions include: without thought.
Definitions include: something that one enjoys.
Definitions include: a secret advantage.
Definitions include: a person - usually female - who prevents her female friends from meeting, talking to, making out with, or having sex with males.
Definitions include: One who has a self righteous life in the midst of utter chaos. The equivalent of a videophile who is actually only watching religion and in reality has no intention of reaching heaven or any other religious destination.
Definitions include: anticipatory, passive/aggressive compensating strategy, adopted exclusively by opponents of Scottish independence, amounting to an unprompted, vigorous assertion of (often extreme or hysterical) patriotism.
Definitions include: a man who engages in anal sex with other men.

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