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Definition of wino

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Other terms relating to 'alcoholic':

Definitions include: alcoholic.
Definitions include: a person who drinks frequently.
Definitions include: the period during which one drinks or does drugs, i.e. before one goes to rehab.
Definitions include: an alcoholic.
Definitions include: alcoholic.

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Definitions include: Obvious corruption of the earlier "tightie whities" as a term for white brief style underwear.
Definitions include: to fail or err due to pressure.
Definitions include: hip, suave, cool.
Definitions include: one's home neighborhood.
Definitions include: "fucking Illinois bastard."
Definitions include: to sit on ("ride") the toilet for an extended period of time, usually due to diarrhea or general bowel distress.
Definitions include: trouble.
Definitions include: to engage in sexual intercourse.
Definitions include: "ever".
Definitions include: to not wear underwear.

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