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Definition of tunafest

tunafest

  • a party where the females greatly outnumber the males. The opposite of a "sausage fest" or "sausage party".
    Where's all the guys? It's a tunafest in here!

    Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Patrick P. from Chapel Hill, NC, USA on Sep 24 2002.

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