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Definition of Felgercarb

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Definitions include: a strange or silly person, or one who has done just done something silly.
Definitions include: to stop performing some repeated action.
Definitions include: to engage in foreplay in which both (or all) participants keep their clothes on and "grind" sexually against each other.
Definitions include: used for general emphasis, often with a question.
Definitions include: waste of flesh
Definitions include: generally refers to a person of lose morals but it can also imply that the person is not all that intelligent and somewhat of a loser.
Definitions include: excessive or animated talk.
Definitions include: a sexual or masturbatory act in which the clitoris is stimulated with the palm.
Definitions include: use in place of "off the hook" meaning very good, excellent, cool, or tight.
Definitions include: alternate spelling of knob.

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