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Definition of cranka

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Definitions include: This definition is questionable and is pending deletion.
Definitions include: 1. The act of being in a stubborn or ornery mood. "Wow, he's a really kjoughling. He asked off the thread after one text."
Definitions include: used the same as "why?" or "what you got?" in a response.
Definitions include: To fall into a very deep sleep due to exhaustion or intoxication. Normally unintentionally so.
Definitions include: a person who exchanges sex for drugs.
Definitions include: a place that offers little of substance, instead focusing on making people feel good about themselves.
Definitions include: The pinnacle of very cool, excellent, outstanding, or awesome.
Definitions include: a punch.
Definitions include: to attend a couples event without a date.
Definitions include: When a song is played to a point where it is no longer enjoyable to listen to.

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