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Definition of kipster

kipster

noun

  • Usually used as a greeting referring to someone on the top of their game. 2. "Cool" without any extra fluff. Also kip.
    How's it going, kipster?
    Sup kip?

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by David from Richmond, VA, USA on Feb 18 2003.

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