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"Oh yes! Keep going! More tongue! Oh, I'm gonna clit! I'm clitting!

by TheClitMaker
February 18, 2014

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Acronym for "come lick it tonight," referring mainly to the female genitals.

Yo boi, you gonna CLIT?

by FUCKY0M0MM4
April 07, 2010

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Acronym for the alcoholic beverage Coors Light Iced T. A light beer with the taste of iced tea.

"Hey bro, toss me another C.L.I.T."

by swedishbeerman
August 13, 2012

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1) Soft spongy tissue at the top of a woman's vaginal 2) Made out of the same tissue as a man's penis

3) Small 1-2inches that is exposed

4) Sure fire way to make a woman cum

3) Small 1-2inches that is exposed

4) Sure fire way to make a woman cum

Her clit was small , but when I touched it she exploded.

by Xaviera Harvarey
June 24, 2003

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Can't Live It Twice

An acronym similar to yolo but doesn't have the mainstream vibe to it

An acronym similar to yolo but doesn't have the mainstream vibe to it

As John got ready to beer bong liquor he screamed Clit to the crowd

by Cootcoot
May 05, 2013

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In certain 'young' homes in Clarenville, Newfoundland, Clits are referred to as a tangle in a girls hair that she is having problems with.

It is common that the father will even call his mother into the room to see the clits in his daughters hair.

It is common that the father will even call his mother into the room to see the clits in his daughters hair.

'Oh Jasas mudder my hair is full of clits!'

or

'Oh my god my clits are driving me crazy!'

or

"Oh my, my hair is some clitty today!"

or

'Oh my god my clits are driving me crazy!'

or

"Oh my, my hair is some clitty today!"

by Clarenville Family
April 18, 2007

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Acronym for "Combine LIke Terms." A process used in mathematics to solve for an unknown in an algebraic equation.

In order to solve the equation 2X +1 = 4X - 7, combine the constants ("like" terms) by adding 7 to both sides of the equation to give 2X + 8 = 4X, Then combine the unknown variables, that is, the first-order X-terms (like terms) and their coefficients by subtracting 2X from both sides of the equation to give 2X = 8. Dividing both sides by 2 gives X = 4.

The CLIT process can be used to solve more complex equations including but not limited to the quadratic solution derivation for second-order polynomials and the derivation of the Pythagorean theorem using similar triangles, the latter also providing the reason why the product of the means equals the product of the extremes.

The CLIT process can be used to solve more complex equations including but not limited to the quadratic solution derivation for second-order polynomials and the derivation of the Pythagorean theorem using similar triangles, the latter also providing the reason why the product of the means equals the product of the extremes.

by Nickelman from upstate NY
June 26, 2011