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Definition of tronk

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Definitions include: a stingy person.
Definitions include: to back up, move backwards, to deny a statement, to go back on your word - generally a southern term.
Definitions include: a religious fundamentalist.
Definitions include: a condition marked by repeated attempts at only flatulence, but in which there is an an anal release of air and non-air (whether liquid or solid.)
Definitions include: to defecate; "poop".
Definitions include: australian white trash, generally someone sporting a mullet, stonewash denim, a flannel shirt and a loud, souped-up car. Generally male, but bogan chicks or "sharons" also exist.
Definitions include: person who doesn't catch on to jokes, does not pick up.
Definitions include: something deceptive.
Definitions include: a word used when something was exciting or good
Definitions include: to "text" - i.e. send a text message.

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