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Definition of shitlist

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Other terms relating to 'grudges (related to)':

Definitions include: euphemism for "shit list".
Definitions include: to have a grudge.
Definitions include: a problem or grudge with someone.
Definitions include: a problem or grudge with someone.
Definitions include: a list of people one is angry with.

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Definitions include: statement of disbelief.
Definitions include: testicles, balls.
Definitions include: a girl with some particular negative quality.
Definitions include: very neat; "cool"; "spiffy".
Definitions include: Someone who is damn dirty!
Definitions include: when a person normally speaks in a certain manner but then switches to the colloquial style with whom he or she is currently conversing.
Definitions include: the cost.
Definitions include: Slang for Chronic.
Definitions include: The Salvation Army, and any other charitable organization (Shepherds of Good Hope, the Goodwill).
Definitions include: a very good, trusted friend, often from childhood; "homie"; "boy".

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