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Definition of scribbler

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Other terms relating to 'artist':

Definitions include: an unintelligent person; "dimwit".
Definitions include: the "tortured artist" half of a pair of people.

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Definitions include: word meaning "ok"
Definitions include: used to slam people who are thinking differently than what their group considers acceptable.
Definitions include: in an impossible situation; SCREWED.
Definitions include: really bad, disgusting.
Definitions include: used to express annoyance at someone's mention or suggestion of X.
Definitions include: To take a shit, to poop.
Definitions include: To grope or pants fishing another in domination. To emmolate another for personal graticication. To die perditiously.
Definitions include: Definitions for "mister" are available under "Mr.".
Definitions include: marketing material.
Definitions include: in the "furry" subculture, to have sex.

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