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  1. yeah, right, it's like sweet and tangy. i mean every single dish they napoli chili sauce the margarine taste with sugar

    是的,沒錯,它就像甜和香。我的意思是每一道菜,他們那波利辣椒醬人造黃油的味道與糖。
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  1. napoli (not to be confused with the proper noun, which indicates the Italian city) Function: verb Inflected Form(s): napolied Pronunciation: nA'poli 1. To brutalize and rape, sodomize as bad as you can possibly make it, a young, religious virgin woman who was saving herself for marriage. 2. To hella rape somebody. Etymology: From State Senator Bill Napoli's (R-SD) description of an acceptable rape that would merit an exemption from South Dakota's abortion ban.
    Example "Did you hear? Laura's dad totally napolied her, but according to Utah law, she still has to obtain his permission before getting an abortion."
  2. napoli (not to be confused with the proper noun, which indicates the Italian city) Function: verb Inflected Form(s): napolied Pronunciation: nA'poli 1. To brutalize and rape, sodomize as bad as you can possibly make it, a young, religious virgin woman who was saving herself for marriage. 2. To hella rape somebody. Etymology: From State Senator Bill Napoli's (R-SD) description of an acceptable rape that would merit an exemption from South Dakota's abortion ban. BILL NAPOLI: A real-life description to me would be a rape victim, brutally raped, savaged. The girl was a virgin. She was religious. She planned on saving her virginity until she was married. She was brutalized and raped, sodomized as bad as you can possibly make it, and is impregnated. I mean, that girl could be so messed up, physically and psychologically, that carrying that child could very well threaten her life.
    Man, I was just walking down that dark alley saying my prayers and I got napolied.
  3. 1. To brutalize and rape, sodomize as bad as you can possibly make it, a young, religious virgin woman who was saving herself for marriage. 2. To hella rape somebody.
    Etymology: From State Senator Bill Napolis (R-SD) words on an acceptable description of rape that would merit an exemption from South Dakotas abortion ban.
  4. Last name of a Republican State Senator for South Dakota, who had these words of wisdom to say about acceptable rape exceptions for the state's proposed abortion ban: "A real-life description to me would be a rape victim, brutally raped, savaged. The girl was a virgin. She was religious. She planned on saving her virginity until she was married. She was brutalized and raped, sodomized as bad as you can possibly make it, and is impregnated. I mean, that girl could be so messed up, physically and psychologically, that carrying that child could very well threaten her life." These words were spoken by Mr. Napoli during the March 3, 2006 Lehrer Newshour, and a transcript is currently available online, through the show's website. Mr. Napoli's definition and subsequent advocacy for the abortion ban in South Dakota has also spawned a movement to coin a new word in a similar vein to [santorum]. The verb, to "Napoli" or, alternately, to "Napolize", would mean the actual comission of the brutal and heinous act spawned Senator Napoli's elegant imagination, specifically, Napoli (also: Napolize)(v. trans.) - "To brutalize and rape, sodomize as bad as you can possibly make it, a young, religious virgin woman who was saving herself for marriage." The above neologism, in and of itself, would be unsuitable for publication in the UD due to its sexually violent definition. However, it is here presented in a strictly factual context, to explain exactly what Senator Napoli's opinions have wrought upon his reputation.
    Have you heard about that fellow, Bill Napoli? He's something of a celebrity these days, but not in a good way. He went on the Lehrer newshour and implied that if you were neither dying, nor virginal, you had no business obtaining an abortion.
  5. to savagely sodomize rape and impregnate a young religious female virgin who is saving herself for marriage.
    No decent person would want any girl get the napoli sentence.
  6. To brutalize and rape, sodomize as bad as you can possibly make it, a young, religious virgin woman who was saving herself for marriage. Named after Senator Bill Napoli in honor of his description for an "acceptable rape" that would merit an exemption from South Dakota's abortion ban. Not to be confused with the proper noun, which indicates the Italian city.
    "Did you hear? Laura's dad totally Napolied her, but according to South Dakota law, she still has to obtain his permission before getting an abortion."
  7. napoli (not to be confused with the proper noun, which indicates a native of Naples) Function: verb Inflected Form(s): napolied Pronunciation: nA'poli 1. To brutalize and rape, sodomize as bad as you can possibly make it, a young, religious virgin woman who was saving herself for marriage. 2. To hella rape somebody. Etymology: From State Senator Bill Napoli's (R-SD) description of an acceptable rape that would merit an exception from South Dakota's abortion ban, as reported on PBS's March 3, 2006 transcript of NewsHour With Jim Lehrer.
    "Did you hear? Laura's dad totally napolied her, but according to Utah law, she still has to obtain his permission before getting an abortion."
  8. A city approx 3 hrs drive south of Rome in Italy. The warmest, most fun and prettiest part of Italy. The people aren't conceited like most of Italy. It is the birthplace of pizza and opera.
    If you go to Italy, Napoli is definately a place you want to visit