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Definition of nutbar

nutbar

noun

  • a crazy person, someone who is really 'nuts'. (not just one "nut", but rather an entire bar of nuts.)
    When did you become a total nutbar?

    Last edited on Oct 17 2005. Submitted by Lauren B. from Florida, USA on Oct 17 2005.

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