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Definition of wass


  • a person who is annoying, displeasing, irrational or generally wack. Derived from "wack-ass". Origin: the Wack Pack.
    Marc is being a wass because he is whining again.

    Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Mateo from NJ, USA on May 29 2002.

  • a shortened form of "wack-ass." This type of word can be used elsewhere, such as the more popular word like "fass", meaning "fat-ass."
    You're a wass.

    Last edited on Feb 26 2003. Submitted by AA from NJ, USA on Feb 26 2003.

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