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Definition of mark

mark

  • a un street wise person.
    This mark came walking out of the bank yesterday, counting his income tax check he just cashed. I just had to rob him.

    Last edited on Jan 05 2005. Submitted by James H. from Memphis, TN, USA on Jan 05 2005.

  • an easy target or victim.
    You're such a mark.

    Last edited on Oct 19 2006. Submitted by CW from London, ON, Canada on Oct 19 2006.

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Definitions include: When your guy or girl leaves you hickeys so that no other person can look at you. Or it may also mean just a hickey on your body.
Definitions include: "remember what I say."
Definitions include: an area of the skin reddened due to suction from a mouth; "hicky".
Definitions include: an un-evaluated person or thing.
Definitions include: feces stains on underwear.
Definitions include: sores on the skin near veins - a symptom of injecting drugs.

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