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Definition of rub elbows

rub elbows

verb - intransitive

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Other terms relating to 'elbow':

Definitions include: to drink alcohol.
Definitions include: a pounds worth of drugs
Definitions include: hard work.
Definitions include: similar to skin on your nut sac. my elbow skin was hanging down in the toilet water.
Definitions include: over the entire body.
Definitions include: to reject.

Other terms relating to 'rub':

Definitions include: discomfort caused by chub (fat) rubbing together.
Definitions include: rub her baby buggy bumpers
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Definitions include: to repeatedly or pointedly bring up a sore subject.
Definitions include: To masturbate.
Definitions include: to masturbate.
Definitions include: to mock a person for something they did or failed to do.
Definitions include: to annoy or anger.
Definitions include: to kill.
Definitions include: the problem.
Definitions include: to be related (in some way) to.

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