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Definition of dynamite

dynamite

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Definitions include: an employee of the US federal government.
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Definitions include: to become extremely angry or upset; "freak out".
Definitions include: a person who jumps down - i.e. performs oral sex.
Definitions include: to attempt something.
Definitions include: "six four" - a tricked out ride or cool car.
Definitions include: stupid.
Definitions include: loosely means "used up", old, finished, at the end of its life.
Definitions include: Rather antiquated expressions meaning 'Great!'; 'Super!', 'Wonderful!'

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