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Definition of "mack" []

  • An individual skilled in the art of seduction using verbal skills. (noun)

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  • A raincoat. (noun)
  • To act as pimp; to pander. (verb)
  • To seduce or flirt with. (verb)

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Use "mack" in a sentence
  • "Paul Wilson: @mack: Well you can argue about how much "realism" any comic which contains a solar-powered ... mack: > The realistic tone of today's comics."
  • "Unlike ... more expensive delicacies, former prisoners say, the mack is a good stand-in for the greenback because each can (or pouch) costs about $1 and few -- other than weight-lifters craving protein -- want to eat it."
  • "Mack Brown, for this recruiting cycle at least, the word mack is synonymous with a top tier running back."