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Definition of fleek

fleek

adjective

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Other terms relating to 'good, okay, cool, awesome, fun':

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Definitions include: good; "on point".
Definitions include: very neat; "cool"; "spiffy".
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Definitions include: extremely dank, i.e. extremely awesome.
Definitions include: very good; excellent.

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Other terms relating to 'fleek':

Definitions include: good; "on point".

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