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Definition of racket

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Definitions include: Said if someone is confused, mad, or if someone just did something really stupid, they're drove.
Definitions include: Milwaukee's Best brand beer.
Definitions include: extremely angry.
Definitions include: to search the ground for already-smoked yet salvageable cigarette butts. Note: usually performed by homeless.
Definitions include: any large quantity of feces ("poo") or a combination of feces and water (from poo + tsunami.)
Definitions include: affectionate form of address or reference for one's significant other.
Definitions include: diarrhea.
Definitions include: When an object or person is tight, cool, on point, or looks really good or nice.
Definitions include: cowardly, "wussy", lacking in manly fortitude or lasting power.
Definitions include: brave.

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