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Definition of tomboy

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Definitions include: exclamation to denote general sorrow, despair, or disappointment.
Definitions include: interjection suggesting something happens automatically or as if by magic.
Definitions include: see 'splain.
Definitions include: Clearing one's nostrils by holding one nostril closed with one finger and forcing the other nostril clear by pressure.
Definitions include: A mild insult, referring to Republican candidate Mitt Romney (ex. "Don't be such a mitt!") Generally used when one says or suggests something absurd, ridiculous, etc.
Definitions include: Screwed up, not going according to planned.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: to mess with.
Definitions include: a young man who is long-term relationship material.
Definitions include: a half-erect penis.

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