Definition of pube
a pubic hair.
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Last edited on Nov 03 2011. Submitted by
Emily M. from UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, USA
on Jan 13 1998.
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Definitions include: to look at; examine; " check it out".
Definitions include: exaggerated.
Definitions include: to need to defecate.
Definitions include: the presence of significant lubrication during female sexual arousal.
Definitions include: a group of girls who go outdoors, drink alcohol, and then perform fellatio on anyone.
Definitions include: to perform fellatio in which the penetration is deep.
Definitions include: to give someone a bad bargain.
Definitions include: A formal or informal setting where a certain political ideology predominates and people are expected to conform to the ideology and must try to convert others to the ideology. The political ideology can be left-wing, right-wing, libertarian, anarchist, socialist, religious, etc. Usually refers to groups that are outside the political mainstream, not Democrats and not Republicans. Many of the people in such groups are called activists. The suffix "oid" is added to the term activist to create the term activistoid.
Definitions include: to perform aggressive fellatio. Definitions include: to run behind money for a profit.
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