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Browsing page 12 of words meaning to go, leave, move, start, stop, halt (195 words total)

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juke

  • Definition:A lul baby a nigga that's a thing

    Sentence:If he a jukey he gone do the gang A nigga just to fuck on

    Last edited on Sep 01 2016. Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 01 2016.

verb

  • to not meet someone as planned; STAND UP.
    She juked me, we were supposed to meet at 9:00, but she didn't show.

    Last edited on Nov 10 1997. Submitted by Mary Radicke from San Antonio, TX, USA on Nov 10 1997.

  • to fake out or to feign, in sports.
    He juked left to lose the defender guarding him.

    Last edited on Feb 04 1999. Submitted by Philip Y. from CA, USA on Feb 04 1999.

  • to dance provocatively.
    She was juking on him all night.
    • See more words with the same meaning: to dance.

    Last edited on Feb 28 2003. Submitted by Shalana from Chicago, IL, USA on Feb 28 2003.

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kick rocks

verb

  • to go away, to get kicked out
    If ya don't like it then kick rocks.

    Last edited on Apr 25 2013. Submitted by Cyndi from CA, USA on Mar 03 2000.

  • to leave or exit.
    Hey y'all, I'm 'bout to kick rocks.

    Last edited on Apr 25 2013. Submitted by Alicia from Mountain View, CA, USA on Nov 25 2001.

  • used in the imperative as a signal of angry dismissal.
    No you can't come, go kick rocks!

    Last edited on Apr 25 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 25 2013.

  • request for another to stop speaking on the current idea or thought that is being discussed at the time.
    No one wants to hear your complaining, kick rocks!

    Last edited on Apr 25 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 25 2013.

  • a sarcastic no.
    Can you ride in my new car? Kick rocks!

    Last edited on Apr 25 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 25 2013.

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