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Definition of moar

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Definitions include: a place where people keep stolen cars and fix them up and then re-sell them.
Definitions include: To mislead or to give (or receive) bad directions.
Definitions include: the result of a male ejaculating on a person's chest, such that the semen resembles a pearl necklace.
Definitions include: so furiously angry about something or at someone that you will crash through anything that gets in your way; having a dishes throwing, furniture tossing temper tantrum; going on a rampage.
Definitions include: to keep one's composure.
Definitions include: if someone' doesn't know his ass from a hot rock, s/he is ignorant and doesn't know anything.
Definitions include: unnecessary printed material.
Definitions include: to be victorious; defeat.
Definitions include: acronym for "do not disturb".
Definitions include: software that does bad things.

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