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Definition of mozzie

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Slang terms with the same meaning

Other terms relating to 'bugs, insects (list of)':

Definitions include: a mosquito.
Definitions include: butterfly.
Definitions include: a mosquito.
Definitions include: a firefly.
Definitions include: a woodlouse, AKA pill bug.

Slang terms with the same root words

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Definitions include: Eat like pigs; "Dinner's ready, come and hog up."
Definitions include: a person who dates only date professional athletes.
Definitions include: straight from the source of said thing.
Definitions include: to strongly dare someone - even more strongly than double dog dare - to do something.
Definitions include: "message understood."
Definitions include: An automated phone call where the "caller" is a recorded or computer generated message.
Definitions include: underpants/panties
Definitions include: breasts.
Definitions include: alternate spelling and pronunciation of "idiot".
Definitions include: Newfoundland

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