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Definition of ditzy
Slang terms with the same meaning
Other terms relating to ' absent minded, forgetful, confused':
Definitions include: someone that is extremely lunching.
Definitions include: confused or lost, typically when thinking or trying to figure something out.
Definitions include: a female who is inattentive or forgetful: "spaced-out."
Definitions include: excellent, very attractive, etc.
Definitions include: absent minded, inattentive.
Definitions include: a good looking older woman who by appearance and style suggests she leads a pampered lifestyle.
Definitions include: extremely intoxicated.
Definitions include: to become confused.
Definitions include: under the influence of drugs. Slang terms with the same root words
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Definitions include: a defecation large enough that it coils around the toilet.
Definitions include: to fail or err due to pressure.
Definitions include: to have an obvious erection, especially at a socially inappropriate moment.
Definitions include: a person who is a little odd, or can be a term of affection for a friend.
Definitions include: a threesome involving 3 men.
Definitions include: How many tires a girl has is how horny she is.
Definitions include: to perpetrate acts of premeditated violence.
Definitions include: statement of disbelief.
Definitions include: "bitch." Definitions include: to defame a publicly traded company so its stock price declines, then purchase stock shares at the reduced price.
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