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Definition of sapling

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Definitions include: An affliction whereby the victim is unable to stop themselves uttering dim-witted or otherwise stupid comments
Definitions include: to prepare for school.
Definitions include: male genitals tucked behind the legs in an attempt to mimic the appearance of a vagina.
Definitions include: sex. Sometimes "in-out" is used twice, as in the old in-out in-out.
Definitions include: to start learning an activity, usually by performing that activity.
Definitions include: a rave.
Definitions include: to tell a big lie.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: a lane for traffic between lane(s) going in opposite directions; "middle lane".
Definitions include: Sexual interest expressed from someone else. Acknowledging the sexual tension between two people.

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