Not real, fake.
Second nature.
1- The surrogate currency passed along without notice for years.

2-The latently surrogate samurai master came out of his shell.
by Larstait November 14, 2003
1. One taking the place of another; a temporary successor.

2. Substitute.
1. A surrogate C.E.O. was appointed to the board on an interim basis.

2. A surrogate mother became the answer to the couple's desire for a child.
by James November 18, 2003
n. a substitute mother who carries a child for a female who for many reasons cannot 'birth a baby.'
Tyrone and Brie Ann produced such lovely children, he as dark as the ebony keys, she as white as the white keys on a piano, and the children a lovely in-between mocha toned. Barren women had seen Tyrone and Brie Ann's products (shaded like soap opera stars) and wanted children like them, especially boys who were born already endowed.

To make sure Brie Ann had quads, Tyrone masturbated into petrie dish, causing it to overflow. The doctor collected five eggs from Brie Ann and fertilized them in petrie dishes with Tyrone's generous sperm and implated the fertilized eggs in Brie Ann's womb. Since she was carrying the children for others, she was now a surrogate mother even though the eggs were hers. All five matured to term and Brie Ann made five ladies happy nine months later.

There was a question about the legitimacy of these children as Tyrone and Brie Ann had never married.
by Richard Black April 17, 2005

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