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Definition of tux

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Other terms relating to 'abbreviations (list of)':

Definitions include: in support of.
Definitions include: the greeting "good day".
Definitions include: "strategy".
Definitions include: "dad bod" i.e. "dad body".
Definitions include: "tomorrow".
Definitions include: shortened form of anal retentive.
Definitions include: to victimize.
Definitions include: barbecue.
Definitions include: "cucumber".
Definitions include: Common abbreviation for "ounce."
Definitions include: "evolutionary developmental biology".
Definitions include: "please".
Definitions include: "critique".
Definitions include: used for intimidation.
Definitions include: "with".

Other terms relating to 'clothing in general':

Definitions include: old or distressed clothing one wears to work in an environment that may be dirty or wet but that does not merit use of coveralls or protective gear.
Definitions include: acronym for "party juice" - a mixed drink prepared in large quantities for parties.
Definitions include: overalls.
Definitions include: term of address for a male stranger.
Definitions include: male genitalia, especially the testicles.
Definitions include: Australia, New Zealand, and UK equivalent of "fanny pack".
Definitions include: what a person is wearing; "outfit".
Definitions include: clothes.
Definitions include: a tuxedo.
Definitions include: attractive; "hot".
Definitions include: clothes.
Definitions include: a "wardrobe" of one's clothes that's laying on the floor.
Definitions include: a song.
Definitions include: alternate spelling of hoodie.

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Definitions include: the anus.
Definitions include: slacker dude.
Definitions include: to transform data so that it's easier to process.
Definitions include: completely naked.
Definitions include: A girl so ugly she looks like she got hit with a shovel.
Definitions include: cool.
Definitions include: to go without comforts, e.g. running water.
Definitions include: "over."
Definitions include: tubing used to siphon gasoline.
Definitions include: a place far away, yet near enough to be driven to.

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