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Definition of outie

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Other terms relating to 'to go, leave, exit':

Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: interjection to announce one's departure.
Definitions include: a person who leaves quickly when something bad is about to happen.
Definitions include: to leave or exit quickly.
Definitions include: to leave quickly due to fear.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: to be leaving.
Definitions include: leave
Definitions include: leaving.
Definitions include: leave/to walk
Definitions include: a motorcycle.
Definitions include: to eat a lot.
Definitions include: To leave suddenly without telling anyone or being seen.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: to leave.

Other terms relating to 'vehicles (related to)':

Definitions include: acronym of "definite doink".
Definitions include: the gear stick in an automatic vehicle.
Definitions include: on an automobile, a door whose hinge is towards the rear of the car, rather than the front of the car.
Definitions include: wheel rims that are 24 inches in diameter.
Definitions include: to sit in the passenger seat of a motor vehicle.
Definitions include: to leak oil.
Definitions include: An abnormally large exhaust tip, typically chrome, which is intended to convince people the installed vehicle has a professional-level racing exhaust.
Definitions include: a motor vehicle with many mechanical problems.
Definitions include: heroin.
Definitions include: acronym for "piece of shit".
Definitions include: a $20 bag of marijuana.
Definitions include: to start a motor vehicle without keys.
Definitions include: An acronym has been invented for the term, but long after the term entered use: "Beautiful Intellectuals That Cause Hard-ons."
Definitions include: a gentle nudge to an automobile, performed by another automobile.
Definitions include: a mechanic, originally on motorcycles, but now any kind of repairman.

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Other terms relating to 'outie':

Definitions include: see Audi 5000.
Definitions include: a person who leaves quickly when something bad is about to happen.

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