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Browsing page 15 of words meaning to go, leave, move, start, stop, halt (186 words total)

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quick outie

noun

  • a person who leaves quickly when something bad is about to happen.
    The new boy was a quick outie.

    Last edited on Nov 23 2002. Submitted by Danielle Norman from Moorestown, NJ, USA on Nov 23 2002.

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raise

  • to leave.
    I am going to raise in a couple of minutes.

    Last edited on Jun 07 2013. Submitted by Cameron M. from Brockton, MA, USA on Apr 12 2002.

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raise up

verb

  • to leave. Sometimes used as "raise on up outta here." Also raise on up.
    This party sucks, let's raise on up.

    Last edited on Aug 29 2013. Submitted by Matt from Virginia, USA on May 27 1998.

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ramble

  • To leave, to bust out, to bounce.
    Yo dog I'm ramblin', peace out!

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Nate from Wilmington, NC, USA on Mar 02 2000.

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ride out

verb

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rock and roll

interjection

verb

  • to initiate an action. Popularized during the Vietnam war, when US soldiers also used the phrase synonymously with "fully automatic fire" for their rifles.
    Let's rock and roll.

    Last edited on Apr 06 2014. Submitted by Dan S. from Oakland, CA, USA on Feb 13 2002.

verb - transitive

  • have sex with someone.
                           

                            

                                                        

                            

    Citation from "In the Mood" (song) by Rush blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Feb 22 2011. Submitted by TheCBee from Pittsburgh, PA, USA on Oct 13 2010.

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