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Definition of glack

glack

adjective

  • When a person, place or thing is 100% black but acts completely white.

    Last edited on Oct 30 2010. Submitted by Jason GhouL from Toronto, ON, Canada on Oct 30 2010.

verb

  • When people are hypocrite's involving their own or other people's culture and backgrounds.

    Last edited on Oct 30 2010. Submitted by Jason GhouL from Toronto, ON, Canada on Oct 30 2010.

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