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Definition of womp womp

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Other terms relating to 'to play music, an instrument':

Definitions include: to masturbate, especially male masturbation.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: to fight.
Definitions include: to play the piano.
Definitions include: to play records.
Definitions include: a form of dance/mime in which a person mimes playing a guitar while music is playing.
Definitions include: admission paid to get into a bar, dance club, etc.
Definitions include: to have sex.
Definitions include: to pretend to play a musical instrument, especially a guitar.

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Definitions include: "thank you."
Definitions include: Ken is a Scottish slang term for "know."
Definitions include: bizarre, absurd, mind-blowing
Definitions include: money earned or obtained illegally.
Definitions include: "absolutely."
Definitions include: form of reference for a male who's name one can't remember.
Definitions include: Spelling variant of queef.
Definitions include: a person who cock blocks.
Definitions include: the sex act in which a man places his erect penis between a woman's breast, and the woman uses her breasts to stimulate the penis.
Definitions include: to set flame to a smoking device, such as a cigarette or pipe.

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