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Definition of Slump

Slump

  • To rape a person or if you use "slumped" that means raped by multiple people.
    If we hang Ima slump you lol.

    Last edited on Jul 27 2017. Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 27 2017.

noun

  • to be dead or severely beaten.

    "I leave your bitch in a slump."

    Last edited on Jul 01 2019. Submitted by XPurple-rageX from Austin, TX, USA on Jul 01 2019.

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