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Definition of feedbag material

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Other terms relating to 'attractive female':

Definitions include: acronym for "pretty young thing."
Definitions include: an attractive female / another word for shagging / to use.
Definitions include: a good looking older woman who by appearance and style suggests she leads a pampered lifestyle.
Definitions include: From both the Spanish word chiquita and Chiquita Bananas, a particular brand name of bananas.
Definitions include: an attractive older woman.
Definitions include: an attractive older woman.
Definitions include: attractive females.
Definitions include: a sexually provocative female.
Definitions include: acronyms for "a woman I'd like to doink".
Definitions include: money in general.
Definitions include: a woman with an attractive body, but an ugly face.
Definitions include: a female with an amazing body, but an ugly head (face).
Definitions include: A young attractive girl.
Definitions include: an (often attractive) female ("babe") hired to represent companies at trade fairs.
Definitions include: an attractive older woman or an attractive mother.

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Other terms relating to 'feedbag':

Definitions include: to eat.

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