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Definition of teabagger

teabagger

noun

  • a person who tea bags.

    Last edited on Apr 20 2010. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Apr 20 2010.

  • in United States politics, a pejorative term for Tea Party supporters.
    My uncle is apparently a huge teabagger.

    Last edited on Jul 22 2012. Submitted by Antonio 68 on Mar 12 2012.

  • A person who "teabags" his opponent in an online first person shooter game. After a player has shot his enemy he will squat over the opponents face in a vulgar gesture of victory. Other online players in the game can also see this gesture taking place while the downed player has to wait to "respawn".
    I'm going to get even with that teabagger after I spawn.
    Yeah, he teabagged you!

    Last edited on Nov 08 2015. Submitted by BobKat55 on Oct 23 2013.

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