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Definition of yeet

yeet

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  • a word that can be used in possibly every social situation.

    This definition is questionable and is pending deletion. It will be saved from deletion if legitimate citations are found.

    Last edited on Aug 25 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 25 2015.

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