Definition of nutbar
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|Definitions include: "yes".|
|Definitions include: to chastise.|
|Definitions include: gross, creepy; ICKY, etc. Term was common in Brooklyn, NY, USA in the 1950s and 1960s.|
|Definitions include: A reference to things that go on in the streets of Oakland. Sideshows, street crime---events that occur in the underworld.|
|Definitions include: A good, kind, merciful and generous person.|
|Definitions include: In downhill skiing, a high-speed crash.|
|Definitions include: the ability to detect something specific.|
|Definitions include: gambling game also known as two-up.|
|Definitions include: a location inconveniently far away.|
|Definitions include: to steal, especially a car.|
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