Definition of munson
- to abandon, to leave; "ditch". Origin: from the movie Kingpin, released during the summer of 1996.
Let's munson that kid.
He got munsoned by his ride.
- See more words with the same meaning: to abandon, leave a person.
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Slang terms with the same meaning
Other terms relating to 'to abandon, leave a person':
|Definitions include: to defraud; "swindle".|
|Definitions include: in an irreparably bad situation; "out of luck"; "screwed".|
|Definitions include: to fail to meet someone at a designated location.|
|Definitions include: to leave.|
|Definitions include: excluded.|
|Definitions include: to skip a pre-arranged meeting, especially a date.|
|Definitions include: to not do something out of fear; "chicken out".|
|Definitions include: to leave an event or conversation.|
|Definitions include: to leave (a relationship) or abandon.|
|Definitions include: to leave someone in a bad situation.|
Slang terms with the same root words
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|Definitions include: a (usually knitted) cap.|
|Definitions include: An unlicensed bar or nite club usually open well after legal closing hours. Seems to be of Southern US origin, I have heard its use in Detroit, Chicago, and Milwaukee. After the show, we went to that blind pig on 26th St and stayed until dawn.|
|Definitions include: low-class, reckless.|
|Definitions include: to be in a bad situation along with others.|
|Definitions include: jail cell.|
|Definitions include: a beautiful younger lady|
|Definitions include: breasts without implants.|
|Definitions include: a hillbilly from colder climes, such as Alaska.|
|Definitions include: in a poor condition.|
|Definitions include: "not a problem", or the French equivalent "ce n'est pas grave."|
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