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- v. To pull off by ripping
- v. to steal, cheat or swindle
- v. to copy, especially illegally
- v. to charge an exorbitant or unfair rate
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. deprive somebody of something by deceit
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He couldnt shove her skirt up, couldnt rip off her panties, couldnt pet herTake off your skirt for me.
And if one of Marcello's killers was a delectable female, it was tough luck on her because tomorrow I was due to start preparing to rip off His Holiness the Pope.
Our little Faith was leaving in a hurry because she'd just helped her boyfriend rip off a convenience store out on North Montreal Street.
It was none other than Leo Gonzalez, the kid destined to rip off my face, and his friend Parrot Pete.
It is the meanest moon of winter, all the more cruel because it will masquerade as spring, occasionally for hours at a time, only to rip off its mask with a sadistic laugh and spit icicles into every gullible face, behavior that grows quickly old.