cheap whore; sell out; gullible; loser
Man, it took a lot of stupaks to get that ObamaCare bill passed in Congress.
by nobama2012 March 24, 2010
stu·pak /stooˈpak/ verb,-paked, -pak·ing.

–verb (used with object)
1. to mislead by a false appearance or statement; delude: They stupaked the enemy by disguising the destroyer as a freighter.

2. to be unfaithful to (one's spouse or principles).

3. Archaic. to while away (time).

–verb (used without object)
4. to mislead or falsely persuade others; practice deceit: an engaging manner that easily stupaks.

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—Related forms
stu·pak·a·ble·ness, stu·pak·a·bil·i·ty, noun
stu·pak·a·bly, adverb
stu·pak·er, noun
stu·pak·ing·ly, adverb
in·ter·stu·pak, verb,-paked, -pak·ing.
non·stu·pak·ing, adjective
pre·stu·pak, verb (used with object),-paked, -pak·ing.
pre·stu·pak·er, noun
re·stu·pak, verb (used with object),-paked, -pak·ing.
well-stu·paked, adjective


1. deceive, cozen, dupe, fool, gull, hoodwink, trick, defraud, outwit, entrap, ensnare, betray. See cheat.
I have been planning for months to stupak my colleagues.
by SLK4 March 23, 2010
past tense of stupid
He was a stupak piece of shit but he is smart now.
by Herman October 19, 2004
1. One who acheived greatness or is great
2. A person who is perfect or has the qualities of perfection
3. A very powerfull figure that could hurt people
That state champion wrestler is stupak
by 2009 state champ December 27, 2008

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