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Definition of wasteman

wasteman

noun

  • someone who one thinks is a loser and implies a dislike of that person.
    Me: Hey Uzi, have your heard of Lil?

    Uzi: Yeah Lil is a wasteman.

    Last edited on Mar 16 2018. Submitted by sweetermanahlie from Toronto, ON, Canada on Jul 21 2017.

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