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Definition of steaze

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Definitions include: a male who behaves like a stereotypical little girl when scared or hurt.
Definitions include: One piece of currency.
Definitions include: misspelling of choad.
Definitions include: to attack a teammate.
Definitions include: in trouble.
Definitions include: "credibility".
Definitions include: Female friend who always needs/demands more attention than anyone else in the group.
Definitions include: a hoser that screws anybody with a dick.
Definitions include: An extremely versatile word brought out of the military. Can be used as most all acknowledgments, the meaning to the recipient clarified by tone, volume, draw and emphasis. "Yes, I understand." / "I agree." / "It will be done." / "Absofuckingluteley."
Definitions include: acronym for "I miss you so much."

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