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Definition of spicy

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Definitions include: a person - usually female - who prevents her female friends from meeting, talking to, making out with, or having sex with males.
Definitions include: good.
Definitions include: a girl who is fun to be with, but who a person would be embarrassed to be seen with.
Definitions include: of an ongoing task, performed slowly over time, when nothing is claiming one's immediate attention.
Definitions include: getting the hots for, put in daze, mesmerized by someone of the opposite gender.
Definitions include: Small-sized (S and XS) Panther condoms. Popular as believed to confer attributes generally associated with Dalit Panthers and American Black Panthers.
Definitions include: a person on the a-list.
Definitions include: a bar.
Definitions include: "specification".
Definitions include: to fight or slap box for bout 50 seconds at the most

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