schlub

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schlub

and zhlub (ʃləb and ʒləb)
n. a dull, unpolished person, usually a male. (Yiddish.) I spent the whole evening listening to that schlub from New Hampshire.
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Drivers would pay a premium -- perhaps as much as $10 each way at peak times -- to drive in these first-class lanes, whizzing past the poor schlubs stuck in coach.
Perhaps more accurately, Dobbs got momentarily wobbly at the sight of workaday schlubs on far lower rungs of the journalistic ladder becoming paper millionaires overnight by virtue of working for such now-forgotten webzines as Quokka Sports, Garden.
Meanwhile the schlubs in the boardroom are getting rich off his efforts and our irritation.
Playing a couple of schlubs framed for bank robbery, director Sidney Poitier (yes, that Sidney Poitier) wrings every drop of humour from their struggle with life inside.
Hey, they are our competition, not to mention better looking and better paid than we ink-stained schlubs.
The women are sexier, the schlubs, schlubbier," Michael said.
He gives schlubs the clothes, the confidence and the opportunities to impress the women of their dreams.