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1. vulgar slang The anus. I'm never eating spicy food again. Seriously, it felt like I had fire coming out of my asshole the next day!
2. rude slang A rude, annoying, or mean person; a jerk. Ugh, that guy is such an asshole—don't even bother talking to him. Can you believe that asshole just spilled his coffee on me and didn’t even apologize?
assholes and elbows
rude slang Said of people who are moving quickly. Often used in military contexts. We were all asshole and elbows, trying to get ready the barracks ready for inspection. All right, cadets, you know the drill! Assholes and elbows!
bouquet of assholes
rude slang People who are regarded as undesirable and/or vexing. I can't believe they said such awful things to you. Wow, those guys are a real bouquet of assholes.
tear (one) a new asshole
vulgar slang To criticize, berate, or upbraid one in an extremely belligerent and angry manner. Oh man, the boss is going to tear me a new asshole when he finds out what happened! I hope the government tears that company a new asshole for what they did.
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1. n. the opening at the lower end of the large bowel; the anus. (Usually objectionable.) I was so mad I could have kicked him in the asshole.
2. n. a worthless and annoying person. (Also a term of address. Rude and derogatory.) Somebody get this asshole outa here before I bust in his face!
bouquet of assholes
n. an annoying or disgusting person or thing. (Rude and derogatory.) Don’t pay any attention to him. He’s just another one of the bouquet of assholes you find around here.
tear someone a new assholeand tear someone a new one
to chastise someone severely. (Usually objectionable.) The colonel glared at him and threatened to tear him a new asshole. If you don’t get it right this time, I’ll tear you a new one!
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