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Definition of gourd

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Other terms relating to 'head':

Definitions include: head.
Definitions include: a head.
Definitions include: a head.
Definitions include: head.
Definitions include: a large forehead.
Definitions include: fellatio.
Definitions include: to ejaculate.

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Definitions include: "exactly" or "I know".
Definitions include: a constructive rant. Rather than ranting about everything that is wrong in the world, tole-ranters speak from the heart about social problems and point to potential solutions.
Definitions include: an Ecstasy (MDMA) tablet.
Definitions include: a person with a life sentence in prison.
Definitions include: Screwed up or fucked up something.
Definitions include: low-class.
Definitions include: an object whose name isn't known or can't be recalled instantly.
Definitions include: a hidden piece of paper with information used to cheat on a test.
Definitions include: See fed.
Definitions include: a very cute person, of any age.

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