Bartlett


    Bartlett


  • A Bartlett pear, a favorite kind of pear, which originated inEngland about 1770, and was called Williams' Bonchrétien. It wasbrought to America, and distributed by Mr. Enoch Bartlett, ofDorchester, Massachusetts.


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    Bartlett


  • a very cool and funny person, often intelligent and good looking.


  • Bartlett


  • The act of sticking your finger up someone's bum.


  • Bartlett


  • Noun: Large pile of excrement.


  • Bartlett


  • [Pronounced: Bahrt lett]

    Noun.


  • Bartlett


  • anything small or insignificant, yet still annoying enough to get under your skin so that you define it urbandictionary.com
    N.B. the only way to destroy someone this bad is by fire!


  • Bartlett


  • An academically disabled individual that is most always short in stature, being larger than a midget, yet shorter than the average human being.


  • Bartlett


  • 1a. a small irritating fever in human form, usually appears when not needed or wanted
    1b. refers to something very small, or small in comparison to something else which is larger or better
    both of the above definitions refer to a person in the north herts area who fits both criteria and the phrase was first donned by those who he believes to be his friends. WARNING: if you ever get into contact beware of the mood swings especially when he is having his period
    whilst this may appear to be the slagging off of a particular person he has become so infamous that it a country wide term

    1. a pear

  • Bartlett


  • female body style that is shaped like a bartlett pear.


 

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