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Definition of steeze



  • "style" and "ease".

    Citation from "Dilemma" by Kelly Rowland and Nelly censored in hope of resolving Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Feb 21 2018. Submitted by Skip on May 14 2003.

  • "style" and "ease"
    Check out that steeze.
    It ain't easy being steeze-y.

    Last edited on Feb 21 2018. Submitted by Kimberley on Oct 16 2007.

  • "style" + "ease".
    That switch cork nine tail grab was steezy.
    You were steezed out on that front board slide.

    Last edited on Feb 21 2018. Submitted by Tom H. from Pittsburgh, PA, USA on Nov 09 2008.


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