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Definition of jorts

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Other terms relating to 'pants, trousers, shorts':

Definitions include: extremely short denim shorts, as worn by the character Daisy on the television program The Dukes of Hazard.
Definitions include: pants large enough to accommodate a fat person.

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Definitions include: to not impress.
Definitions include: a mixture of cocaine and heroin to be injected.
Definitions include: A bum nuggett or poo poo.
Definitions include: a place in the countryside, where hicks live
Definitions include: to tell a big lie.
Definitions include: an item whose name one doesn't know or has forgotten.
Definitions include: worth 100,000 units of a currency to just below 1,000,000 units.
Definitions include: to flatulate while walking through an area or by group of people.
Definitions include: style, demeanor.
Definitions include: the Viet Cong in Vietnam during and the American Vietnamese war.

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