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Definition of driveway story
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Other terms relating to ' interesting':
Definitions include: soda; soft drink.
Definitions include: to engage sexually with a person.
Definitions include: a funky person.
Definitions include: interesting, strange; "weird".
Definitions include: a particularly interesting point.
Other terms relating to ' radio, stereo':
Definitions include: a disc jockey who uses shocking language, statements, etc. to attract press and, subsequently, listeners.
Definitions include: a computer system.
Definitions include: silence on the radio. Slang terms with the same root words
Other terms relating to 'story':
Definitions include: sarcastic remark used to convey a lack of interest in a boring story.
Definitions include: acronym for " cool story, bro".
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: feminist take on the word "history".
Definitions include: long story short.
Definitions include: lying, telling a lie Definitions include: a true story of a difficult experience.
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