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casey
 n.— «A “casey” is a person who has been a case study in a television documentary about teenagers and sex.…“Being a casey is a real turn-on at the time, but it does have its problems.…It has ruined my love life for a start.”» —“Teen sex surveys ruin your love life” by Oliver Pritchett Telegraph (United Kingdom) Aug. 16, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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