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Definition of Rolish

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Definitions include: Freaking out, going crazy, out of control.
Definitions include: alternate spelling of frenemy.
Definitions include: on a social networking website, to remove someone from one's list of friends.
Definitions include: acronym for "Paid Time Off."
Definitions include: a high five between people who aren't in the same location, and therefore can't make physical contact.
Definitions include: a general insult; "jerk"; "asshole".
Definitions include: a person who is intimately familiar with the sound of handcuffs being applied.
Definitions include: a homosexual male who flaunts his homosexuality so as to make a pro-gay statement and/or to shock heterosexuals.
Definitions include: someone lacking in mental abilities, uneducated, rather than mentally handicapped.
Definitions include: in the United States, a member of the Republican party.

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