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Definition of dental swag

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Other terms relating to 'unspecified item(s), 'stuff', 'thing(s)'':

Definitions include: replacement name for an object whose name one doesn't know, has forgotten, can't recall at the moment, or can't be bothered to name.
Definitions include: to stare at a person in an aggressive way.
Definitions include: replacement name for an object when one can't remember the object's name.
Definitions include: "thing."
Definitions include: replacement name for an object whose name one has forgotten.
Definitions include: miscellaneous things, typically given away free.
Definitions include: a trinket.
Definitions include: "shit".
Definitions include: see do-hickey.
Definitions include: "thing".
Definitions include: the noun senses of "crap" are mostly a subset of the uses of "shit."
Definitions include: an attractive person.
Definitions include: an object whose name isn't known or can't be recalled instantly.
Definitions include: miscellaneous things.
Definitions include: an unspecified thing or person.

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Other terms relating to 'swag':

Definitions include: a great amount of swag.
Definitions include: Is a gift that is given from someone that has "Swag" to someone without swag at all.
Definitions include: show off similar to stunting

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