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Definition of firewater

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Definitions include: While imbibing an alcoholic shot, the act of clinking your glass with a partner, sinking the glass to the table, then raising and drinking the shot.
Definitions include: Talking to much, or talking crap
Definitions include: to be eager.
Definitions include: semen.
Definitions include: a person who transports illegal drugs.
Definitions include: Newfoundland
Definitions include: a safe, till, or cash box.
Definitions include: Absurdly tight, brief shorts popular with New Zealand men in the 1970s.
Definitions include: Noun used to describe people who live in the mountains of West Virginia. In Pennsylvania the word fee-faw generally applies to rural people who haven't graduated from high school; they are usually illiterate, and have severe dental problems that adversely affect their appearance.
Definitions include: "obviously".

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