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Definition of prob

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Other terms relating to 'accurate, probably, likely, certainly':

Definitions include: being cool!
Definitions include: of course; definitely.
Definitions include: accurate; "dead on".
Definitions include: extremely accurate.
Definitions include: acronym of "as far as I know."
Definitions include: for sure; certainly.
Definitions include: a phrase indicating approval, excitement, or support; "right on".
Definitions include: to be arrested and put in a jail cell.
Definitions include: a person who reports the misdeeds of another; "snitch"; "tattle-tale".
Definitions include: seriously.
Definitions include: very accurate.
Definitions include: replacement for the word "sure."

Other terms relating to 'alternative spellings or pronunciations (list of)':

Definitions include: acronym for "fuck it, drive on."
Definitions include: acronym for "shaking my damn head".
Definitions include: "year".
Definitions include: acronym for "private message".
Definitions include: acronym for "mom I'd bone" and "mother I'd bone".
Definitions include: acronym for "you are not a lawyer."
Definitions include: spelling variant of wicked.
Definitions include: "fuck."
Definitions include: Out of Control.
Definitions include: alternate spelling and pronunciation of shit.
Definitions include: abbreviated form of "babe".
Definitions include: misspelling of boondoggle.
Definitions include: "shit".
Definitions include: acronym for "just shat my pants."
Definitions include: alternative pronunciation of "scare."

Other terms relating to 'hard, confusing, difficult, a problem':

Definitions include: to have a difficult-to-solve problem.
Definitions include: very good, excellent, impressive; "cool"; "awesome".
Definitions include: to deal with urgent problems (usually at work.)
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: something especially bad.
Definitions include: a favor or kind deed.
Definitions include: something very difficult.
Definitions include: fraught with difficulty.
Definitions include: great; "awesome"; "cool".
Definitions include: a hindrance in some quest or extended task.
Definitions include: exclamation of disappointment.
Definitions include: to greatly confuse a person.
Definitions include: acronym of "personal problem."
Definitions include: to deal with urgent problems (usually at work.)
Definitions include: "impossible".

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Definitions include: something very good, excellent; "cool".
Definitions include: gun.
Definitions include: to anger a person.
Definitions include: "something smells bad."
Definitions include: the general genital area.
Definitions include: two people who become enemies and make conflicts.
Definitions include: To prepare something quickly
Definitions include: very unattractive.
Definitions include: American football.
Definitions include: a small road that runs along the the side of a highway or freeway.

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