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Definition of linkbait

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Definitions include: a person who practices the virtues of Catholicism for the duration of the mass (roughly 45 minutes) but not for the remainder of the week.
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Definitions include: a person who talks a lot.
Definitions include: Not to let something bother you, or get the best of you.
Definitions include: drunk.
Definitions include: The term comes from communications and telecommunication.
Definitions include: "Latin America".
Definitions include: an overachiever student who is competitive, and generally wants attention, usually referred to medical/law students. Compare with keener, and throat.

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