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Definition of six feet under

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Other terms relating to 'to die':

Definitions include: to die.
Definitions include: spelling variant of goner.
Definitions include: death.
Definitions include: to die.
Definitions include: to die.
Definitions include: to make an irreparable (possibly tragic) mistake.
Definitions include: to be dead.
Definitions include: to die or to get killed.
Definitions include: to listen to.
Definitions include: to be under the influence of drugs.
Definitions include: very good, excellent; "cool".
Definitions include: to die.
Definitions include: getting speared by a sting ray (or other any other form of species of ray)
Definitions include: someone or something who will die soon.
Definitions include: death.

Slang terms with the same root words

Other terms relating to 'feet':

Definitions include: doing better after an unfavorable event.
Definitions include: to hurry, hustle, esp. when departing.
Definitions include: Connotes mental, physical, and spiritual bankruptcy.
Definitions include: nervousness, trepidation about a big decision, especially marriage.
Definitions include: to become qualified to do something new.
Definitions include: see cold feet.
Definitions include: to start learning an activity, usually by performing that activity.
Definitions include: to be nervous about entering into a long-term commitment, especially marriage.
Definitions include: to have sex or engage in other sexual activities.

Other terms relating to 'six':

Definitions include: a "Long Island Ice Tea" (also called a "Long Island Iced Tea") which is a strong alcoholic mixed drink.
Definitions include: see six.
Definitions include: a little crazy
Definitions include: of lower than average intelligence.
Definitions include: to kill or eliminate, as in to have been buried six feet under the ground
Definitions include: see 86.
Definitions include: the average male.
Definitions include: "Same old thing".
Definitions include: back.
Definitions include: a six-pack of beer.
Definitions include: worth 100,000 units of a currency to just below 1,000,000 units.
Definitions include: "six four" - a tricked out ride or cool car.
Definitions include: very toned abdominal muscles.
Definitions include: exceptional or outstanding.
Definitions include: to be confusing to one.

Other terms relating to 'under':

Definitions include: Australia.
Definitions include: to be able to drink more alcohol than another.
Definitions include: "from under".
Definitions include: to become hot under the collar (i.e. angry.)
Definitions include: to annoy.
Definitions include: to get plastic surgery.
Definitions include: angry.
Definitions include: to give in to pressure.
Definitions include: to overwhelm.
Definitions include: to become a mentor to a person.
Definitions include: to sacrifice another person for personal gain.
Definitions include: underpants
Definitions include: as one of one's prior accomplishments.
Definitions include: underpants / underwear.
Definitions include: under pressure.

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