Definition of dur
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Other terms relating to ' responses to someone stating the obvious':
Definitions include: a sarcastic response used when someone states the obvious.
Definitions include: see No shit, Sherlock.
Definitions include: a sarcastic response used when someone states the obvious. Also duh; dur.
Definitions include: a sarcastic exclamation used when someone states the obvious.
Definitions include: acronym for " no shit, Sherlock".
Definitions include: used in conversation to announce or respond to an ordinary event, with the sarcastic implication that the event is newsworthy.
Definitions include: mean spirited response to someone stating the obvious or a well-known fact; " no duh".
Definitions include: a sarcastic response used when someone states the obvious. Slang terms with the same root words
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Definitions include: the alias one uses on the Internet.
Definitions include: wolfgang putz
Definitions include: A slang phrase for "What you might call it" usually spoken when a person can't describe something or have no word for it. Compare to: Thingamajig, Whoopty-Wam or Doo-Hiccy. Mostly used by Mechanics, Geeks and Engineers. Example: Jason can you grab my [Whachamacallit] out the glove compartment for me? You me your registration? Yeah my registration..Thanks
Definitions include: voice mail.
Definitions include: offspring of a mixed-race couple, (black and white).
Definitions include: Adj. describing a severe feeling of being burnt out and hungover.
Definitions include: to be in eager anticipation.
Definitions include: to attempt.
Definitions include: the face of a person high on Ecstasy (MDMA). Definitions include: acronym for "private investigator".
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