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cuddie
 n.— «[Mac] Dre was riding shotgun in a white van driven by Dubee, his longtime cuddie (that’s Crestside, Vallejo, parlance for “close homie”).» —“Requiem for a Mac” by Eric K. Arnold East Bay Express (California) Nov. 10, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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