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- v. Present participle of screw.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- a. & n. from screw, v. t.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Exacting; close; careful; economical.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. slang for sexual intercourse
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Why, Robert wondered, did people call it "screwing," as if two bodies were rotating clockwise around each other?
And he has said that he has no interest in screwing with peoples 'right to own and possess guns.
She was instrumental in screwing up Levi's life and I trust Levi's story.
Cheney and his pack of merry men spent 8 years destroying the economy, invading other countries under false pretences and just plain screwing up.
Yes different ball game, but also a different mentality in screwing the customers.
Oh, that's right ... they're only interested in screwing 99% of Americans while giving egregious loopholes, tax cuts, back room deals and promoting corruption.
So why are you so interested in screwing over Europe, Matt?
However, one must wait and see how bad this administration is in screwing things up. jimmy kraktov
As an ex-republican who went independent when Jesus started thinking for the party, I have a message for the religious right: Get over Cheney and Palin, they each had a role in screwing up this country and the political party along with the majority of other Republican idiots during the bush-cheney years.
Ah, darn, and here I'd thought that the Republicans were finally telling the truth for once and admitting how interested they are in screwing the American people.
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