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Definition of naw



  • "no".

    Citation from "Search Committee 1", The Office (US TV), Season 7 Episode 25 (2011) censored in hope of resolving Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Jun 13 2011. Submitted by Becky on Jun 01 2006.

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Other terms relating to 'no, disbelief, doubt (statements of)':

Definitions include: an emphatic "hell no".
Definitions include: "no".
Definitions include: "no."
Definitions include: acronym for "get the fuck out", an expression of disbelief.
Definitions include: This definition is questionable and is pending deletion.
Definitions include: an emphatic "no".
Definitions include: an expression of affirmation.
Definitions include: see hells.
Definitions include: used to convey surprise, disgust, or doubt.
Definitions include: "no".
Definitions include: for sure; certainly.
Definitions include: "no", but less strong.
Definitions include: variant of "hell to the no".
Definitions include: an expression of doubt or disbelief.
Definitions include: no, negative.

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Definitions include: absolutely not.
Definitions include: Naw min in other words is no.

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