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Definition of crawesome



  • A word to describe an unreal degree of similarity between two people or things. It is used when similarities come up instantly and might be considered creepy but completely awesome at the same time.( The word comes from both "creepy" and "awesome" it derives more alphabets from awesome because it is less creepy and more awesome)
    You plan on making the world a better place too? Crawesome.

    Last edited on Sep 11 2016. Submitted by robinrules on Sep 11 2016.

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