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Definition of curiouser

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Definitions include: A sport motorcycle from Japan.
Definitions include: in the genital area.
Definitions include: anything bad, misleading, unfortunate, or tiresome.
Definitions include: an extremely stupid person or a total asshole.
Definitions include: to reprimand.
Definitions include: software that has had features disabled to entice people to upgrade to a for-pay or more expensive version.
Definitions include: a fan of the British-Irish boy band One Direction.
Definitions include: impressive; "cool"; "awesome".
Definitions include: An adverse reference, as for a job or promotion; any unsubstantiated comment designed to sabotage its subject's goals in a job, social circle, or personal relationship.
Definitions include: Being really drunk, most times when people get really drunk they close one eye in order to focus better. This makes them look like a pirate.

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