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Definition of windbag

windbag

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Definitions include: one who is attracted to intelligent people. A person who finds intelligence attractive. from Latin sapio ('wise, sensible, discerning') and Greek -phile ('loving') "I am 'attracted to intelligence' therefore I am a sapiophile."
Definitions include: exclamation of surprise.
Definitions include: The male role during the act of sexual intercourse.
Definitions include: a sexual event in which, during sex from behind ("doggy style" or "anal"), a male feigns ejaculation by spitting saliva on their partner's back.
Definitions include: someone who acts bugged out.
Definitions include: a fart
Definitions include: To masturbate (male only)
Definitions include: a period of time during which one engages sexually with another person.
Definitions include: to fail.
Definitions include: to empty one's pockets of all possessions.

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