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Definition of roll-dog

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Other terms relating to 'friend, friends':

Definitions include: a friend.
Definitions include: "mate", i.e. friend.
Definitions include: a friend who one isn't dating but "bangs" (i.e. has sex with); "friend with benefits".
Definitions include: variant of bro.
Definitions include: best friend.
Definitions include: form of address for a friend; "homie"; "dog."
Definitions include: a close male friend.
Definitions include: a close female friend, or one's best female friend.
Definitions include: colloquial pronunciation of "man".
Definitions include: one of your good buddies that is also a neighbor, or a neighbor that you become tight with.
Definitions include: a girl that a guy thinks very highly of and cares about.
Definitions include: used to express displeasure, disagreement, disappointment, or disgust.
Definitions include: a female friend.
Definitions include: colloquial pronunciation of fool.
Definitions include: Another term used for a good friend too cool for his own good.

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Other terms relating to 'dog':

Definitions include: a mythical creature who is extremely happy or fortunate.
Definitions include: be in serious trouble.
Definitions include: the best at something; "the man".
Definitions include: to start drinking alcohol again in the morning to avoid feeling hung-over.
Definitions include: two people who become enemies and make conflicts.
Definitions include: raining hard.
Definitions include: one of many apocryphal sex "moves".
Definitions include: very crazy.
Definitions include: alternate spelling of dog.
Definitions include: a mess, from "dog's breakfast."
Definitions include: daughter, literally dear daughter.
Definitions include: to engage in an unproductive activity; waste time.
Definitions include: a friend.
Definitions include: a sales pitch.
Definitions include: you're in big trouble.

Other terms relating to 'roll':

Definitions include: toilet paper.
Definitions include: acronym for "falling off chair, rolling on floor, laughing out loud".
Definitions include: rolling on the floor laughing
Definitions include: to start a process.
Definitions include: sex.
Definitions include: very easy to do.
Definitions include: a wad of currency in small denominations with a large denomination bill around the outside to make it look like more money.
Definitions include: An extremely painful event, akin to having your testicles overrun by a steamroller.
Definitions include: performing well.
Definitions include: When you click on a link on the web and the link takes you to a site other than where you had anticipated it to go.
Definitions include: to initiate an action.
Definitions include: "that's great!"
Definitions include: acronym for "rolling on floor laughing".
Definitions include: acronym for "rolling on floor laughing my ass off".
Definitions include: acronym for "rolling on [the] floor laughing my fucking ass off".

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