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Definition of putter

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Definitions include: "ill", i.e. very good.
Definitions include: something that causes a vivid mental image that you would rather forget.
Definitions include: rough male homosexual sex.
Definitions include: the extremely bushy, unkempt facial hair seen on many old-school Unix hackers. Often worn as a badge of honor, since the length of one's Unix beard is considered directly proportional to the owner's expertise.
Definitions include: a secret advantage.
Definitions include: to be overly formal or humorless.
Definitions include: to disturb the status quo.
Definitions include: communication saying that trouble is no longer present, or that previously delayed plans can continue on their original course.
Definitions include: To get moving, get things going.
Definitions include: used to denounce someone who has overly small and or crooked teeth. origin: Kentucky.

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