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Definition of gentleman's relish

gentleman's relish

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Definitions include: to be romantically interested in someone.
Definitions include: a request to a listener/audience to allow the speaker to finish, especially if the speaker is anticipating the audience to discredit or dismiss what is being said without all the information being presented.
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Definitions include: to approve a plan.
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Definitions include: dry mouth after smoking marijuana.

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