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usually used as a farewell, inviting one to visit again or communicate more often
"What a nice visit. I look forward to seeing you next time. Now, don't be a stranger!"
by piewire September 19, 2003
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Derived from "Squillionaire," "squill" is a dereogatory term for anyone who accumulates, flaunts, hoardes, or otherwise posseses wealth beyond reason.
Uugh, look at that squill parking his Lambo in the bike lane.

This fucking squill bought herself a Gucci handbag last week and gave $5 to my GoFundMe for insulin.

My landlord raised the rent again but they still wont fix the leaky roof. What a squill!
by Carnegie Freeman May 23, 2019
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Don't become a stranger. Usually said between friends when parting in anticipation of not seeing one another for a long time - when moving house, for example.

Is also often as a joke after marriage - warning the couple not to lose touch with their friends after becoming so attached - normally between men.
by Richter September 20, 2003
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Said to a person or workmate when they aren't going to be around anymore but not going to be far removed in a geographical sense. For example, if they are changing jobs but remaining in the same town or city.
"You were a pain in the ass to work with but I'm sad that you're leaving for some reason. Don't be a stranger, will you?"
by ahpeeyem September 21, 2003
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