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Definition of lerpy

lerpy

adjective

  • gangly and ungraceful. (a very common negative description in the Mountain West)
    What a lerpy kid.

    Last edited on Nov 18 2005. Submitted by Scott M. from Draper, UT, USA on Nov 18 2005.

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