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Definition of halfwit

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Definitions include: a person who watches sports and believes one could do a better job than the players or coaches.
Definitions include: to eat (food), usually very quickly, as if one were starving.
Definitions include: snacks.
Definitions include: a promiscuous sorority member.
Definitions include: a man popular with women.
Definitions include: term used to tell someone to slow down or calm down
Definitions include: An aggregate grouping or series of stylized printings, fonts, icons, emoticons, avatars, proverbs, etc., usually found at the end of an e-mail message uniquely identifying and personifying the sender.
Definitions include: to punch someone until they are unconscious.
Definitions include: something isn't right
Definitions include: to embarrass one's self.

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