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Definition of surcee



  • a small surprise, very unexpected. May be spelled "surcy".

    Last edited on Jul 30 2012. Submitted by Vicki D. from Hartsville, SC, USA on Sep 07 2006.

  • A gift for no reason

    Last edited on Jul 30 2012. Submitted by Anonymous on May 21 2012.

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Definitions include: a very small amount.
Definitions include: to feel down about one's self for an action, belief, etc.
Definitions include: to steal or take without asking.
Definitions include: a "compliment" with a buried insult.
Definitions include: an exclamation of amazement or excitement.
Definitions include: form of address for a child.
Definitions include: in the middle of something usually not good and having no control over it, have to go where you gotta go 2. everyone wants a piece of ya.
Definitions include: a person who snitches.
Definitions include: any large quantity of feces ("poo") or a combination of feces and water (from poo + tsunami.)
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