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The method that Tim Horton's (a Canadian doughnut chain) uses to make tea. In a 2005 commercial, it takes on a new meaning as a mother misinterprits steeped to mean cool. Now steeped is being used in popular culture to mean cool or great. Being told that something of yours is steeped should be taken as a compliment (or you just have some good tea).
"Hey Mrs. Chan, your garden is looking steeped!"
"Steeped outfit honey"
by Andrew A from Vic October 03, 2005
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Used in a sexual manner. Steeped refers to the action penetration. Strong and Deep = Steeped
1.) Jamie: Hey Lena, did you get steeped last night?

Lena: Hell yah I did!

2.) Alejandro: Dude, did you steep that hot chick?

Francisco: Dude, she denied me H-Core...
by thatshott26 September 06, 2010
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to be stressed out, overwhelmed, or generally worn out. like how the tea bag feels after sitting in hot water for so long. to be used as an adjective when describing someone.
My roommate is so steeped right now with finals and everything.
by lilmarie3 January 05, 2010
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When your balls get dunked in water after flushing a clogged toilet while seated.
Dude, the school's toilet was clogged and when I flushed I got steeped in that nasty water.
by soiledshortz March 02, 2011
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The act of dipping one's nuts in a unexpected, saliva-filled mouth. A variant of teabagging, steeping someone is thoroughly encouraged in a recent Tim Horton's commercial.
Bill: Mary couldn't stop saying "steeped" after watching the Tim Horton's commercial, so I steeped my nuts into her throat when she fell asleep.
by Genius/GZA September 24, 2005
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