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Definition of jazzy

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Definitions include: a person who follows someone else, usually acting or talking like them or constantly with them.
Definitions include: sarcasm that centers on the speakers sense of superiority and ego needs.
Definitions include: a sexual practice where a person performs fellatio on a male until the male ejaculates, then spits the semen into the male's mouth.
Definitions include: lyrically lame, weak.
Definitions include: orgasm face
Definitions include: to make a person angry.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: Used to describe a shapely, sexy bottom: "She's got a really bootilicious ass". Probably derived from 'booty', in turn from 'bottom', and appears to have originated in black American communities.
Definitions include: to give or add many of something.
Definitions include: a person who takes from others and never returns the favor.

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