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Advanced Deck 14

Advanced Deck 14

Total: 20 words

toast

adjective

something that is completely broken or inoperable

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table talk

noun

informal conversation at or as if at a dining table

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louse

noun

a despicable person

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juvie / juvey / juvy

noun

a juvenile detention hall where young offenders are housed, or a juvenile court where they are tried

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chips

noun

money

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dreads

noun

dreadlocks; a Rastafarian hairstyle in which the hair is not combed or brushed, forming matted clumps or 'locks'

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quick-and-dirty

adjective

constructed as quickly as possible

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skid row

noun

in any town, the run-down area where the poor tend to come together

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mooch

noun

a person who requests and then takes things without ever returning the favor

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mosh

verb

to engage in a form of frenzied, violent dancing; to slam-dance

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needle

verb

to irritate, annoy, or provoke

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stand up

verb

to skip a pre-arranged meeting, especially a date

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number

noun

an article of clothing, usually limited to describing one that shows off the wearer's body

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pimp

adjective

excellent, fashionable, and stylish

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pissy

adjective

angered, crotchety, or fussy

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skeezy

adjective

despicable or tasteless

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stan

verb

to obsess over a person

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swoll

adjective

muscular

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system

noun

the criminal justice system; jail

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vegetable

noun

a person who is mentally and physically incapacitated to a degree that renders the comparison with a plant organism fair if cruel

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