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What is BNWOT?

BNWOT is "Brand New Without Tags"
 

BNWOT Definition / BNWOT Means

The definition of BNWOT is "Brand New Without Tags"
 

The Meaning of BNWOT

BNWOT means "Brand New Without Tags"
 
So now you know - BNWOT means "Brand New Without Tags" - don't thank us. YW!
 
What does BNWOT mean? BNWOT is an acronym, abbreviation or slang word that is explained above where the BNWOT definition is given.
 
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Other terms relating to 'brand':
BNIB Brand New In Box
BNWT Brand New With Tags
CAMEL Brand of cigarettes
FUBU Fouled Up Beyond Use
Clothing brand
NEWPORT Cigarette brand
UGGS Brand of boots
Other terms relating to 'without':
ACAPELLA Vocal music without instruments
AWOL Absent Without Leave
CLWY Can't Live Without You
COMMANDO Without underwear
FAFWOA For A Friend Without Access (when about to ask a silly question)
GCWOK Gay Couple Without Kids
NWOT New Without Tags (eBay)
PEER TO PEER Computer network without a central server
SANS Without (French)
STANDARD Of course, goes without saying
TTIUWP This Thread Is Useless Without Pictures
TTIWWP This Thread Is Worthless Without Pictures
TWAIN Technology Without An Interesting Name
TWOC Taken Without Owner's Consent
TWOP Television Without Pity
W/O Without
WAX Without Any Experience
WTTM Without Thinking Too Much
Other terms relating to 'tags':
BNWT Brand New With Tags
NWOT New Without Tags (eBay)
NWT New With Tags

 

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