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Definition of twired

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Definitions include: not sufficiently thought out.
Definitions include: Pucker- A word of Anglo-Indian (Hindi) origin. Defined by the Concise Oxford Dictionary as "genuine; of good quality, reliable; of full weight". This is a British slang definition of the original word.
Definitions include: form of address or reference for a woman with unusually large thighs.
Definitions include: A word women use around boys or children for use of the word "period"
Definitions include: to show unclothed skin.
Definitions include: in a position where some goal is easily attainable.
Definitions include: 'Japanese Motorbike', UK slang, east Midlands area. Euphemism for the female ailment also known as 'Thrush'(Medical term. Manifesting as a mild to severe skin itching caused by the opportunistic yeast infection 'Candida Albicans').
Definitions include: to earn a respected position in a field of work.
Definitions include: interjection of disappointment.
Definitions include: miscellaneous things, typically given away free.

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