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EBR
"Epic Bike Ride." Abbreviation for those who are too lazy to name off the whole phrase. The term epic usually refers to a bike ride longer than usual. The EBR can either have a destination or none at all, thus adding to the epicness.
Josh: Hey Dan! Wanna go on an EBR??
Dan: Fuck yeah! Where to?
Josh: We'll make it up as we go.
ayon kay Punk Police ika-24 ng Agosto, 2009
 
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EBR
"Evil Black Rifle." Sarcastic term used in reference to the anti-gun community's perception of semiautomatic rifles that often share common cosmetic features with military rifles. Most typically associated with the AR-15, other examples would include the M1A, FAL, and various clones of AK models. Although a small minority of areas in the U.S. have local regulations governing semiautomatic rifles or magazine capacity, these rifles are generally totally legal and serve a variety of sporting, target and plinking purposes.
Anti-gun activists typically refer to EBRs as "machine guns" or "automatic weapons," further displaying their ignorance on the topic they allege to be experts on.
ayon kay br3nd4n ika-17 ng Abril, 2007
 
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EBR
Any photograph so hideously over processed through the misuse of HDR manipulation that it can be deemed to be guilty of 'EyeBall Rape"
Having spent a small fortune on a DSLR the rookie urban explorer felt that he needed to post-process his shots to look like Scooby Doo cartoons in an epic HDR/ EBR (EyeBall Rape) fest.
ayon kay rotate13 ika-16 ng Hunyo, 2013
 
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EBR
Acronym for 'Eyebrow Raise'. Usually used when someone finds something so intriguing, befuddling, interesting, no words can do it justice. The raise of a single eyebrow alerts any onlooker that further explanation is needed; often followed with disapproval and shame directed at the onlooker.
Facebook Post
Jess on Meghan's wall:
it's been too long since we've been filthy and creepy

Aimee befuddled by this post stared at her computer with a raised eyebrow...

Aimee comments on post:
*EBR*
ayon kay The Peoples Dictionary ika-21 ng Enero, 2011