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A word that has simply lost all meaning throughout history. It’s definition has faded into obscurity after being trending on Urban Dictionary for almost two years. But eventually the word will phase from existence; and this is how the website will die. This is how everything dies.
When Watermelon Sugar stops trending, we die.
by DontHateTheGameHateThePlayer January 29, 2021
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One who has a mania for music.
I am a melomaniac.
by Larstait November 14, 2003
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The name for a type of street heroine that originated in Southern Georgia in the late 1990's. It is famous for it's initial fruity taste when originally placed under one's gums.
Yo, give me a nickle bag of watermelon sugar.
by Waxmoney February 26, 2018
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the words that everyone who made a definition for after (or close to) November 16, 2019, only did to feed their fantasies of what Harry does behind closed doors despite it not being necessary to go that deep to enjoy the song.
Jason: Hey what does ‘watermelon sugar’ mean?
Magnus: I don’t know but if you look it up in urban dictionary then apparently it means eating pussy, eating ass, male cum, female cum, cocaine, heroine, marijuana, mushrooms... so no one knows.
by nevergotaname November 28, 2019
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Its 2021 and why the actual fuck is this word still on trending?
Joe: Ayo have you heard of Watermelon Sugar?
Rick: Yeah why tf its still on trending?
Joe: Idk but do you know who am I?
Rick: Joe who?
by Peepeepoopoo from urbdic January 01, 2021
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A. Slang for 1990s Georgia heroin that was known for being sweet and rubbed on the gums or tongue

B. A song by Harry styles
A. Man I wish that potent Watermelon Sugar was still going around today.

B. I love that new song by Harry called Watermelon Sugar.
by ChubbyBunz13 August 23, 2020
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Phrase coined by Richard Brautigan in 1968. It was a part of the title of his book “In Watermelon Sugar” and used as a motif throughout the book.
In watermelon sugar the seeds were done and done again as my life is done in watermelon Sugar — Richard Brautigan, 1968
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by Anthon4000 October 19, 2020
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