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Definition of shyster

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Definitions include: to watch a DVD box set of a TV program almost non-stop.
Definitions include: When a person, place or thing is 100% black but acts completely white.
Definitions include: severely, as in "beat the living daylights out of (one)", "knock the living daylights out of (one)", "scare the daylights out of (one)", etc.
Definitions include: In the 1950's American TV show first called The Buster Brown Show and later called Andy's Gang, a character named Froggy the Gremlin would magically appear when summoned by the phrase "pluck your magic twanger, Froggy!"
Definitions include: to inform the authorities (e.g. police) that someone was involved in a crime.
Definitions include: an insolent person.
Definitions include: clothes.
Definitions include: to have a haircut or dress in another decade.
Definitions include: adj. to imply that the item/person has been taken to the nth degree or extreme of its abilities (c.f fully worked).
Definitions include: to ring a door bell at night and run, while they stand there looking like an idiot.

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