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Definition of nolte


  • Adj. describing a severe feeling of being burnt out and hungover. Derived from the usual state of characters that actor Nick Nolte portrays in films.
    After the big party on Saturday night, I woke up completely nolte.

    Last edited on Mar 06 2000. Submitted by Rich B. from New Brunswick, NJ, USA on Mar 06 2000.

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