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Definition of screwton

screwton

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Definitions include: results from excessive inhalation from water pipes.
Definitions include: an instant / instinctual reaction.
Definitions include: to aggravate someone.
Definitions include: mechanically inclined enthusiasts who as a hobby or past time like to work on cars, performance equipment such as hot rods or race equipment
Definitions include: a postdoctoral researcher.
Definitions include: an insect or creature.
Definitions include: a rural US saying that means a person's bottom-wear (such as dress or slacks) have gotten caught in their "butt crack".
Definitions include: messy, trashy, or dilapidated.
Definitions include: uncontrollable, uncivilized; "crazy".
Definitions include: to care. Almost always used in the negative.

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