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Definition of Japanophile

Japanophile

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Definitions include: something completely amazing.
Definitions include: The primary goal of the Kansas City Shuffle is to catch one completely off-guard and unaware so that trickery can take place.
Definitions include: appearing last in some list, but not because it's the least important item on the list.
Definitions include: a look. Notes: derived from Cockney rhyming slang: "butcher's hook" - "look."
Definitions include: exclamation used in response to a burn or an instance of outsmarting someone.
Definitions include: A gathering where there are mostly men and few, if any, females.
Definitions include: a lazy person.
Definitions include: praise, compliments.
Definitions include: An action by something or someone that is wrong or insulting.
Definitions include: Offensive term or a woman past her prime.

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