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1. SKELL
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Felon, criminal, low-life. Usage: nationwide police slang. Originally a reference to heroin addicts who were so thin that they looked like "skeletons."
by PoliceMag on Mar 07, 2012
2. SKELL
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Term used in lawenforcement in NYC to define a "sleezzy" criminal.
by Vince on Sep 28, 2013
3. SKELL
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by fc159159 on Aug 04, 2014
4. SKELL
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Thief with large penis.
by Joe on Jun 02, 2017

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