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Definition of funkydelic

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Definitions include: the interest on a loan shark's loan.
Definitions include: to enjoy in a sexual sense.
Definitions include: angry, looks bad, pissed, annoyed, unusual looking.
Definitions include: an attractive woman.
Definitions include: a more thorough inspection of some passengers flying in the United States, prior to entering the gate area.
Definitions include: to make an extremely large bowel movement that fills a toilet bowl.
Definitions include: a person from Ireland.
Definitions include: to undergo a medical procedure with no regard to one-self's mental or physical comfort, i.e. refusing all procedural drugs meant to help one relax, forget and relieve pain, all in an effort to save time.
Definitions include: in free-skiing, a trick landed easily and with a relaxed posture.
Definitions include: extremely intoxicated.

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