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Has a desire to help and serve others in a humanitarian way. Responsible and generous, somewhat scattering and disorganized at times. Good natured and likeable, and people tend to confide in her and seeks her advice in personal problems. She can always be counted on to see the bright side of any problem. She enjoys making others happy and she never lets her own problems "get her down" for any length of time even though she does tend to worry too much at times. In close personal relationships she is usually thoughtful and considerate. However, her natural interest in others, coupled with her sympathetic reaction to problems, could draw her into emotional situations which may be difficult to get out of. She's strong in material matters, determined and stubborn. She has good business ability. She's a good worker, steady and practical, a builder who takes responsibility well. These qualities bring her a position of authority and power. She's a doer, down-to-earth, serious-minded, reliable, and self-disciplined; have good power of concentration. She's hard to convince. She loves beauty and philosophy, and she desires achievement. Creative and outgoing, she's always looking for an opportunity to show your abilities. She's looking for chances to mix with others socially. She likes to talk and can easily relate to different cultures and concepts. The biggest challenge for her is uncertainty. She's very popular yet very secluded and have few close friends that she is very open to.
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Girl 2: "Yes girl, Dymond is cool, I wish I was her..."
by DymondisAmazing January 26, 2017
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sexy thicc bitch ass female she is a bad bitch and is super nice and funny all the guys love her
girl 1-hey look at sexy dymond
kai-yea i wanna hump her
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Golf terminology meaning "to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory". In specific terms the Dymond refers to a situation when a golfer plays well on the front nine and then plays poorly on the back nine. For example, if a player was to be in the lead after nine holes and then fail to win after 18 holes then it would be said that he has done a " Dymond".
The terms "Dymond" and "doing a Dymond" originated in Australia although the actual spelling of the word stems from South Africa. It is unclear exactly when the term was first coined however it has seen a significant rise in usage and popularity since 2008.
President Obama started his term in Office really well, then he did a Dymond.
by SkipML November 29, 2011
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