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Definition of Slutasaurus

Slutasaurus

noun

  • a slut (i.e. promiscuous person.)

    Last edited on Jul 22 2012. Submitted by Saurus from Madisonville, KY, USA on Mar 17 2012.

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Definitions include: a person who is a cunt.

Other terms relating to 'slut':

Definitions include: a person who enjoys promiscuous anal sex.
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Definitions include: a male slut.
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