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Blame, so to speak [Crossword Clue]
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- RAP (3 Letters/Characters)
Crossword Answer Definition
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verb: rap; 3rd person present: raps; past tense: rapped; past participle: rapped; gerund or present participle: rapping
- strike (a hard surface) with a series of rapid audible blows, especially to attract attention.
- Informal North American talk or chat easily and familiarly.
- perform rap music.
noun: rap; plural noun: raps
- a quick, sharp knock or blow.
- a type of popular music of US black origin in which words are recited rapidly and rhythmically over an instrumental backing.
- Informal North American a lengthy or impromptu conversation.
- Informal North American a criminal charge, especially of a specified kind.
- Informal North American a person's reputation, typically a bad one.
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