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Other terms relating to 'accurate, probably, likely, certainly':

Definitions include: extremely accurate.
Definitions include: for sure; certainly.
Definitions include: accurate; "dead on".
Definitions include: to be arrested and put in a jail cell.
Definitions include: very accurate.
Definitions include: probably.
Definitions include: being cool!
Definitions include: of course; definitely.
Definitions include: acronym of "as far as I know."
Definitions include: a phrase indicating approval, excitement, or support; "right on".
Definitions include: replacement for the word "sure."
Definitions include: a person who reports the misdeeds of another; "snitch"; "tattle-tale".

Other terms relating to 'inquiries (list of)':

Definitions include: online chatting acronym for "age, sex, location?" That is, an inquiry into a person's age, gender, and location.
Definitions include: "Are you telling me the truth?" or "I'm telling you the truth."
Definitions include: what are you doing.
Definitions include: synonymous with "What do you think about that?" Also "How do you like them apples?"
Definitions include: as a question, to enquire whether someone is present.
Definitions include: used to inquire the owner of an item. Example: someone would hold up a pencil and, speaking to a group, ask "Who's own?"
Definitions include: roughly equivalent to "serious."

Other terms relating to 'yes, agreements (statements of)':

Definitions include: as a question, to enquire whether someone is present.
Definitions include: exclamation of agreement.
Definitions include: "for sure".
Definitions include: "yes."
Definitions include: an emphatic "yes".
Definitions include: "yis".
Definitions include: of course; definitely.
Definitions include: "yis".
Definitions include: attractive.
Definitions include: exclamation of excitement or agreement.
Definitions include: "Are you telling me the truth?" or "I'm telling you the truth."
Definitions include: an emphatic "yes".
Definitions include: a phrase indicating approval, excitement, or support; "right on".
Definitions include: to initiate an action.
Definitions include: a phrase indicating agreement or support.

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Other terms relating to 'word':

Definitions include: "cunt".
Definitions include: the word "cunt".
Definitions include: to suffer the consequences of verbalizing something that was incorrect.
Definitions include: a fancy word.
Definitions include: a swear word.
Definitions include: fuck.
Definitions include: to have an opportunity to speak.
Definitions include: any good news, ideas, or thoughts.
Definitions include: acronym for "in other words".
Definitions include: "please."
Definitions include: A phrase which is often said by a speaker to the audiences when he/she wanted to talk. This phrase means remember what I say.
Definitions include: "I will not reveal the secret."
Definitions include: exclamation of surprise.
Definitions include: the word "nigger", which is extremely offensive.
Definitions include: Indicates everything is ready, that plans or actions can proceed.

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