knuckle-dragger

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knuckle-dragger

n. a strong and stupid man. (Like an ape.) Call off your knuckle-draggers. I’ll pay you whatever you want.
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Some of my earliest memories involve fishermen bitterly complaining about foreign draggers taking all "our" fish.
The sleek airplane, a tail dragger that looks vaguely nostalgic even though it's never yet been flown, fits in well with all those classic cars.
After the war commercial fishing boats, including dragger and tong boats, were built at the yard.
Also take note of this dancer's silver dragger--the conchos on his dragger appear to be in the shape of woodlands wigwams.
Warlick displayed superior airmanship in handling a serious directional-control problem on the most notorious "directionally challenged" tail dragger.
I took my mum in my arms and physically turned her so that her back was to the inhuman sights and dragger her, as gently as I could, out of the way, and kept her in my embrace.
Doe dragger: I made myself a doe dragger from a six-inch single piece of three-quarter-inch metal conduit and 12 feet of nylon rope.
1 on the list for obvious reasons), worm parasitologist, lab-animal veterinarian, tampon squeezer, landfill monitor, uranium lab demolition worker, Iraqi archaeologist and tick dragger.
Also on the list of most horrible jobs were tick dragger, Iraqi archeologist, and K-25 demolition worker.
Also on the list of most horrible jobs were: tick dragger, Iraqi archeologist, and K-25 demolition worker.
In many ways, the T-45 without SASS feels like you're landing a tail dragger," said Lieutenant Allen Blocker, VX-23 lead test pilot for the T-45 ground handling project.
I've been "The Dragger," forcing my family to go to these company events.
A "toe dragger," or someone particularly rough on shoes and very active, will be looking to get something as durable as possible.