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Definition of cubic

cubic

  • Someone who is afraid to try new things (in particular things considered wrong, naughty or illegal) Similar to the usage of square or prude.
    She's way to cubic for this party.

    Last edited on Aug 23 2002. Submitted by Jen B. from Newmarket, ON, Canada on Aug 23 2002.

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