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Definition of scrunchie

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Definitions include: "try to".
Definitions include: the corporate headquarters of a business, or a person or group representing the corporate headquarters.
Definitions include: Past tense of "screw".
Definitions include: inside the military, slang for practice of taking a piece of intelligence or a request that should be pushed through the chain of command - checked at levels and sent from one level to another - and bringing it straight to the highest authority. -- The New Yorker
Definitions include: a single labia majora ("vaginal lip").
Definitions include: to make sexual contact with another person.
Definitions include: an unkind person; "jerk"; "ass".
Definitions include: a device - usually a simple kludge - that filters the smell from exhaled marijuana smoke.
Definitions include: a prepubescent girl.
Definitions include: to consume.

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