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Definition of muglet

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Definitions include: a final consumable (e.g. drink) before leaving an establishment.
Definitions include: a "retirement community," (a place where old people go to live.) Possible etymology: raisins are wrinkled.
Definitions include: noun; meaning "bitch" or "fast ass girl" -- often a term used when guys are joking between themselves about any particular woman.
Definitions include: one's home neighborhood.
Definitions include: from cruel intentions, means to suck a dick and swallow the cum.
Definitions include: a person who has no knowledge of, or who has never experienced, a particular thing or event.
Definitions include: term of endearment for a loved one.
Definitions include: a word used in place of shit when you do something stupid or painful.
Definitions include: drunk.
Definitions include: a disgustingly large defecation, often including diarrhea.

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