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Definition of skeeter

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Other terms relating to 'bugs, insects (list of)':

Definitions include: a firefly.
Definitions include: a mosquito.
Definitions include: a woodlouse, AKA pill bug.
Definitions include: butterfly.
Definitions include: a mosquito.

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Definitions include: "remember what I say."
Definitions include: athletic footwear; "sneakers", "tennis shoes".
Definitions include: To listen in on somebodies conversation without being invited. I.E.-You're on the bus talking with a friend and somebody you don't even know either tries to get into the conversation or is obviously listening.
Definitions include: An individual who beleives God took a brake from creating the world 6,000 years ago in the middle of busy creaton week and choose a than non existent "race" of people and promissed them a real estate in the middle east... They use this "real estate deal" to justify the ethnic clensing of Palestine in the 21st Century.
Definitions include: a term referring to the act of female ejaculation or squirting.
Definitions include: vagina or pussy.
Definitions include: a very attractive person.
Definitions include: a joint (i.e. marijuana cigarette.)
Definitions include: reform school
Definitions include: yes; "bingo".

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