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Definition of owly

owly

  • cranky, uncooperative, negative.
    When Joe wakes up he sure can be owly.
    When Mike is at work, he sure can be owly.

    Last edited on May 09 2013. Submitted by Joe from Point Reyes Station, CA, USA on Jan 02 2002.

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