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Definition of sissy bar

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Other terms relating to 'bar':

Definitions include: in computing, an example or placeholder variable.
Definitions include: a person who frequents bars.
Definitions include: to visit several bars during a single outing.
Definitions include: A motorcycle, usually a chopper, that does not have many accessories and is suitable for short distance runs.
Definitions include: Non vulgar alternative to bastard
Definitions include: in jail.
Definitions include: a bar in which women dance topless.
Definitions include: a decrepit bar; "dive bar".
Definitions include: Handle that you grab next to the passenger seat of a vehicle.
Definitions include: to readjust what is considered good, normal, appropriate, or many other adjectives (depending on context.)
Definitions include: without restrictions.
Definitions include: the handle in a car that one holds on to or hangs clothing from.
Definitions include: to set a more impressive precedent or record.
Definitions include: a strip club.

Other terms relating to 'sissy':

Definitions include: an effeminate, weak male.

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