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Definition of moar

moar

  • net-speak or bad-speak for "more". Generally found on lolcats.
    I needz moar nao. ("I need more now.")

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Melwyn from Richmond, VA, USA on Sep 20 2009.

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