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Definition of renob

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Definitions include: to defraud, swindle, or cheat and make lots of money. Also tunnel.
Definitions include: 'Japanese Motorbike', UK slang, east Midlands area. Euphemism for the female ailment also known as 'Thrush'(Medical term. Manifesting as a mild to severe skin itching caused by the opportunistic yeast infection 'Candida Albicans').
Definitions include: Not having the courage to say something; not standing up for yourself; not having the courage to say no.
Definitions include: insult to a group, usually females.
Definitions include: chill
Definitions include: to forsake a person who has placed their reliance or trust on you.
Definitions include: One's best and most presentable face, as presented in church on Sundays. The expression has been used as a punch-line, as in the following fictional example:
Definitions include: variant of "bejesus".
Definitions include: taboo, immoral, worthy of causing a scandal.
Definitions include: a disturbing or gross person.

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