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Definition of wolverine

wolverine

adjective

  • Clothing that fits extremely well. A compliment to a man.

    A well-fitting suit or "fancy" outfit, that looks daper or amazing on a man.
    Damn! That is wolverine.

    Last edited on Dec 28 2012. Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 28 2012.

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