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Definition of stoptional

stoptional

  • To slow down and roll through, or intentionally blowing a stop sign at an intersection. This was a word I thought of back in 1988 when I first got my license.
    There we no other cars coming at the intersection, so I just did a stoptional and kept driving.

    Last edited on May 05 2004. Submitted by Janine G. on May 05 2004.

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