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Definition of Russianed


  • Mysteriously dying for knowing too much about the wrong person.

    Last edited on May 28 2017. Submitted by SYMTIMES on May 28 2017.


  • Getting killed mysteriously for knowing too much.
    He was really close to Trump, that is why he got Russianed.
    He will get "Russianed" if he mentions anything about Trump.
    See, knowing too much about the wrong thing will get you Russianed.

    Last edited on May 28 2017. Submitted by SYMTIMES on Apr 04 2017.

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