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rat bastard

An extremely despicable, untrustworthy, immoral person. I took Charlie in because his sister begged me to help him out, but that rat bastard robbed me while I was sleeping! There's no way I'm trusting a rat bastard like that to run my company.
See also: bastard, rat

rat-bastard

n. a really wretched or despised person. (Rude and derogatory.) Stay away from Albert, he’s a real rat-bastard when he’s drunk.
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Allworthy's house, the landlord, upon discovering his identity as a "'poor parish bastard, bred up at a great squire's about thirty miles off, and now turned out of doors, (not for any good to be sure)'" denies Tom a bed and proceeds to watch him all night in "dread of being robbed" (319).
Gerber, Matthew, Bastards: Politics, Family, and Law in Early Modern France, New York, Oxford University Press, 2012; hardback; pp.
Some passages, such as "the sins of the fathers shall be visited upon their children" might well be interpreted as authorizing the infliction of penalties upon bastard children, while both Jesus and St.
As further proof of that evidence, only 30 breezers from around 140 clocked times better than 25sec for a quarter-mile, according to Bastard.
THE attention shifts from the demure governess to her frivolous pupil Adele or, as her guardian Rochester uncharitably refers to his ward, "the French dancer's bastard", in this prequel-cum-sequel of Charlotte Bronte's classic tale, currently being serialised by the BBC.
Q A GOLF club pal insists as a young apprentice he was once sent for a "bastard file" but another friends says there is no such thing.
A FAN was yesterday fined pounds 250 after calling Wales striker Craig Bellamy "a little Welsh bastard".
Middlesbrough Mayor Ray Mallon was branded "a bastard" by a councillor in an astonishing scene in the Town Hall's Council Chamber.
With Stephen Ouimette (King John), Martha Henry (Queen Eleanor), Jonathan Goad (Bastard), Diane D'Aquila (Constance), Bernard Hopkins (Cardinal Pandulph), Peter Donaldson (King Philip), Dion Johnstone (Lewis), Keira Loughran (Blanche), Tom McCamus (Hubert), Ron Kennell (Austria), Aidan Shipley (Arthur), Lally Cadeau (Lady Faulconbridge), Ian White (Salisbury), David Francis (Salisbury), and Ali Alnoor Kara (Prince Henry).
Of course they don't, the evil bastard dropped them among the kurds back in the days when Big Don Rumsfeld shook Saddam's hand.
released a run of their special Double Bastard Ale last week, in 22-ounce and three-liter bottles.
Readers accustomed to the British legal tradition of "once a bastard, always a bastard", will find her discussion of the fluid nature of illegitimacy in Latin America, where many successfully petitioned for legitimate status, a fruitful source for comparison.
The Bastard's allusion to Nero for instance stands as a matricidal threat in The Troublesome Raigne: "As cursed Nero with his mother did, / So I with you, if you resolve me not" (1.373).