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Definition of glouch

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Definitions include: expression to indicate pleasure, sometimes used in place of "My God!" or "Oh my Lord!"
Definitions include: similar to skin on your nut sac. my elbow skin was hanging down in the toilet water.
Definitions include: slang for Bhangra (an Indian dance where the hands are raised in the air in a twisting motion).
Definitions include: verb, the act of obtaining food; going to eat.
Definitions include: a man who is big, dumb and macho but generally harmless and nice.
Definitions include: to tell one's story: what they would have other people believe.
Definitions include: A Fair or White woman of Caucasoid-Mongoloid descent who aggressively pursues Black men of Negroid-Australoid descent as lovers, esp. Black alpha males.
Definitions include: testicles.
Definitions include: a retort.
Definitions include: Someone who is damn dirty!

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