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also: feminine: siútica

adjetivo, sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

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  • La palabra maquillaje antes ni se usaba porque sonaba siútico.
  • No vaya a ser que luego me tilden de siútico.
  • Otro límite puede ser el amor, aunque suene siútico.

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