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Definition of slock

slock

  • to the face that a car that is completely stock in form except outward appearance. A combination of the words Sloppy + Stock = Slock.
    That crappy car has got the flashy lights, cool, paint and body kit but it's all slock! OR Mike just got that new 2002 Civic but it's still slock.

    Last edited on May 18 2011. Submitted by Nelson L. from Reading, PA, USA on Dec 10 2001.

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