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Definition of sheep
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Other terms relating to ' miscellaneous insults (list of)':
Definitions include: a person who was once famous or successful, but is no longer.
Definitions include: a person who has a menial job and who works at a desk.
Definitions include: woman.
Definitions include: a person who behaves in an exaggerated way simply to attract attention.
Definitions include: a person who gets a male excited by the high probability of later sex, but who has no intention of having sex with said male.
Definitions include: an expression of anger; " bite me"; " fuck off".
Definitions include: pejorative term for a person not involved in fandom.
Definitions include: " oaf"; " klutz"; " dope".
Definitions include: peeping tom.
Definitions include: a person who causes problems.
Definitions include: hippie-esque; "all-natural".
Definitions include: a person who acts without thinking.
Definitions include: bland, uninspired, boring, or insipid.
Definitions include: to leave; go away.
Definitions include: " cunt".
Other terms relating to ' to follow the crowd':
Definitions include: a person excessively interested in culture.
Definitions include: to do what is popular, follow the crowd.
Definitions include: a person who likes only what is currently popular. Slang terms with the same root words
Other terms relating to 'sheep':
Definitions include: a term used in lieu of a profanity. Definitions include: A combination of sheep with people.
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