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1 definition by Wasken

The new over-used but not yet killed use of the original meaning of "but". Used to start short statements with the intention of emphasizing ones point on a particular topic.
Usually said very quickly so it sounds like a mumble, and is recipricated by another sentence beginning with "but", this goes on back and forth for quite a while un till someone decides to say "i know".

"But i am"
"But he is"
"But its not"
"But i cant"
"But they do"
"But i will"
"But we must"
"But i know"
"But you did"

Sam: "Dean is the hottest man in the world"
Sarah: "But he is"
Sam: "No, but he is"
Sarah: "But he is"
Sam: "I know"
by Wasken October 31, 2005