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Definition of moxie

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Definitions include: To listen in on somebodies conversation without being invited. I.E.-You're on the bus talking with a friend and somebody you don't even know either tries to get into the conversation or is obviously listening.
Definitions include: to change what one says about something.
Definitions include: having a large penis.
Definitions include: to tell a different lie when covering up something.
Definitions include: to be excited about.
Definitions include: The person behind you is driving too closely.
Definitions include: very cool.
Definitions include: someone is injured or hurt specifically, or more generally a term that means that someone is in bad shape or facing tough circumstances for whatever reason.
Definitions include: to continuously change the TV channel, looking for a program one wants to watch.
Definitions include: "Who asked you?"

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