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Definition of hard graft

hard graft


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Definitions include: Hard work

Other terms relating to 'hard':

Definitions include: Can be said when impatiently waiting for someone to follow you. Double meaning of coming and orgasm.
Definitions include: in an impossible situation.
Definitions include: very good.
Definitions include: To say "I go Hard in the paint" for example means I'm not to be played with, I'm serious with mine.
Definitions include: "cool", "neat", "awesome".
Definitions include: liquor.
Definitions include: a stubborn person.
Definitions include: non-romanticized.
Definitions include: To be an aficionado, usually but not exclusively, at partying.
Definitions include: a life during which many bad things happen.
Definitions include: tough.
Definitions include: an erect penis.
Definitions include: unattractive.
Definitions include: a difficult thing to accept.
Definitions include: hard drugs.

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