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Definition of oomph

oomph

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Definitions include: to arrange things in one's favor.
Definitions include: a one night stand.
Definitions include: statement used to grant permission to a request.
Definitions include: UK variant of "God".
Definitions include: a noun/adj combo used on rare occasions where the words fuck and shit are not sufficient. it's not to be taken lightly, it's not a joke.
Definitions include: alternate spelling of "dug", i.e. the past tense of dig.
Definitions include: for a male to have sexual intercourse.
Definitions include: the mix between a dick and a jerk; someone who is giving you an attitude (mostly men)
Definitions include: Something that exceeds excellency to the point the it is unmatchable with pleasure.
Definitions include: amazing.

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