for a person to put out their fat.
gayleys top is too short, she thinks she's cool becasue she can put out.
por dean goulder 23 de Dezembro de 2005
for a person to put out their puppy fat.
gayleys top is too short, she thinks she's cool becasue she can put out.
por dean goulder 23 de Dezembro de 2005
put out
1. To extinguish: put out a fire.
2. Nautical To leave, as a port or harbor; depart.
3. To expel: put out a drunk from the bar.
4. To publish: put out a weekly newsletter.
5.
a. To inconvenience: Did our early arrival put you out?
b. To offend or irritate: I was put out by his attention to the television set.
6. To make an effort: We've really had to put out to get this project finished.
7. Baseball To cause (a batter or base runner) to be ruled out.
8. Vulgar Slang To be willing to engage in casual sexual activity; be sexually available.
<put out the campfire before leaving>

<broadcast: the authorities put out a leaflet.>

<inconvenience or annoyance to (a person): I hope you are not put out by this.>
por coolsam 09 de Agosto de 2016
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