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Definition of sketchball

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Definitions include: a person who thinks like a hamster.
Definitions include: Leaving an AFL (Australian rules football) game before its conclusion in anticipation of impending loss.
Definitions include: When your fart smells like a person, esp. someone famous.
Definitions include: To talk for a long time, especially when it inconveniences or annoys others. Used especially to refer to rednecks or hicks.
Definitions include: semen.
Definitions include: Something that exceeds excellency to the point the it is unmatchable with pleasure.
Definitions include: to eat or to prepare to perform oral sex.
Definitions include: to tarnish a person's reputation.
Definitions include: n. Ugly (face), as in "Hey, tronche". Mild insult, from French slang tronche, meaning "face". Near rhyme for tranche, "slice" (of cake).
Definitions include: to beat severely.

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