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Definition of geese

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Other terms relating to 'to steal':

Definitions include: to steal.
Definitions include: to steal.
Definitions include: to execute or murder, usually with a firearm.
Definitions include: To steal.
Definitions include: to sell or transmit stolen "intellectual property" (e.g. software, compact discs, etc.)
Definitions include: to acquire discretely.
Definitions include: to steal, pocket, keep.
Definitions include: to steal another person or business's business or customer.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: to arrest.
Definitions include: to take all of a person's money.
Definitions include: a dirty or promiscuous female.
Definitions include: to steal.
Definitions include: stolen, lifted, heisted, boosted, shoplifted.
Definitions include: messy, trashy, or dilapidated.

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Other terms relating to 'geese':

Definitions include: Brash Green Geese is a term used for a group of girls who are jealous that you're going out with a hot guy that they want to be with. They are loud, intimidating and jealous. Girl: "Babe, those girls keep giving me dirty looks when we're together."

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