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Definition of swanks

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Other terms relating to 'stolen, stolen goods':

Definitions include: stolen.
Definitions include: promotional material.
Definitions include: stolen car
Definitions include: a reckless ride taken in a (usually stolen) automobile.
Definitions include: a ride in a motor vehicle (usually stolen) taken for fun.
Definitions include: a pretend occurrence during which stealing is permitted.
Definitions include: A stolen cellular phone that is is typically passed around for anyone's use before the service is eventually turned off.
Definitions include: stolen.
Definitions include: an attractive person.

Other terms relating to 'stylish, styling':

Definitions include: dressed well.
Definitions include: to have, to take.
Definitions include: a male talented in attracting females.
Definitions include: a great amount of swag.
Definitions include: stylish, fashionable; "cool".
Definitions include: suave; "hip", "cool".
Definitions include: a person's style, attitude, general demeanor.
Definitions include: styling.
Definitions include: promotional material.
Definitions include: a man that is dressed well, attractive and well off.
Definitions include: fashionable.
Definitions include: very good, excellent, interesting, fun, etc.
Definitions include: perfect, great, excellent; "cool"; "awesome".
Definitions include: stylish; "smooth".
Definitions include: very good, excellent; "cool".

Other terms relating to 'unspecified item(s), 'stuff', 'thing(s)'':

Definitions include: The male or female genitalia.
Definitions include: Most uses of "shit" also work with "crap", except where noted below.
Definitions include: miscellaneous things.
Definitions include: replacement name for an object when one can't remember the object's name.
Definitions include: colloquial pronunciation of fool.
Definitions include: an item. Synonymous with "thing" or "thingy."
Definitions include: An acronym has been invented for the term, but long after the term entered use: "Beautiful Intellectuals That Cause Hard-ons."
Definitions include: the noun senses of "crap" are mostly a subset of the uses of "shit."
Definitions include: alternate spelling of thingies.
Definitions include: promotional material.
Definitions include: a trinket.
Definitions include: "shit".
Definitions include: affectionate form of reference or address for one's significant other.
Definitions include: thing.
Definitions include: replacement name for an object whose name one doesn't know, has forgotten, can't recall at the moment, or can't be bothered to name.

Slang terms with the same root words

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Definitions include: to take advantage of one's influence to get something done.
Definitions include: See slumpbuster.
Definitions include: to defecate.
Definitions include: to be unintelligent.
Definitions include: a person's girlfriend.
Definitions include: The act of observing a public or private incident or accident using a cell phone to send video, pix and / or text.
Definitions include: a request.
Definitions include: a traffic jam.
Definitions include: A derogatory phrase used to describe a person who is stuck up. Stems from the use of a high class person using fake, store bought firewood instead of using natural wood.
Definitions include: Talking to much, or talking crap

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