Definitions

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  • v. To pull off by ripping
  • v. to steal, cheat or swindle
  • v. to copy, especially illegally
  • v. to charge an exorbitant or unfair rate

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. deprive somebody of something by deceit

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Examples

  • He couldnt shove her skirt up, couldnt rip off her panties, couldnt pet herTake off your skirt for me.

    Kiss of a Demon King

  • And if one of Marcello's killers was a delectable female, it was tough luck on her because tomorrow I was due to start preparing to rip off His Holiness the Pope.

    The Vatican Rip

  • Our little Faith was leaving in a hurry because she'd just helped her boyfriend rip off a convenience store out on North Montreal Street.

    Blood Lines

  • It was none other than Leo Gonzalez, the kid destined to rip off my face, and his friend Parrot Pete.

    THE LAST GREAT GETAWAY of the WATER BALLOON BOYS

  • It is the meanest moon of winter, all the more cruel because it will masquerade as spring, occasionally for hours at a time, only to rip off its mask with a sadistic laugh and spit icicles into every gullible face, behavior that grows quickly old.

    La insistencia de J├╝rgen Fauth

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