Definition of feral
adj. meaning sick or dirty.
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Last edited on Oct 21 1998. Submitted by
Jessie G. from South Australia, Australia
on Oct 21 1998.
an ugly male or female.
Last edited on Feb 09 2000. Submitted by
shana from Perth, WA, Australia
on Feb 09 2000.
This definition is questionable and is pending deletion. It will be saved from deletion if legitimate citations are found. Far left wing Socialist that lives for protests and anything to disrupt the course of normal life.
Last edited on Oct 19 2011. Submitted by
The AntiFeral from Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney NSW, Australia
on Oct 18 2011.
Slang terms with the same meaning
Slang terms with the same root words
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Definitions include: to date.
Definitions include: extremely splendid.
Definitions include: to masturbate.
Definitions include: very big lips.
Definitions include: misbehavior.
Definitions include: used to indicate inordinately high prices or something extremely detrimental to your financial situation.
Definitions include: A Sissy Baby Transvestite is a very effeminate and prissy Transvestite male who usually lives fulltime openly and visibly dressed in little girls dresses resembling that of a 3 to 5 year old from head to toe while also wearing real baby drapers and very noisy nursery print plastic pannts of which those within 40 feet can very clearly here that obvious crackle of plastic diaper pants. Most all Sissy Baby Transvestite's juust as I am are homosexual and extremely submissive to everyone.
Definitions include: a child who is similar to one or more of its parents.
Definitions include: "competition". Definitions include: Cheap, fifth-rate, nasty, unpleasant.
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