dirtbag

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dirtbag

One who is contemptible and dishonorable. Did he really steal money from the church's collection for the poor? What a dirtbag.

dirtbag

n. a low, worthless person. Spike is a slimy dirtbag, and I want him put away for good.
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"I loved being a dirt-bag climber," says Chin, using the term affectionately applied to vagabond climbers who typically live out of a tent or a van.
Amber A 'Lee Frost, a Chapo co-host and YDS panelist, has referred to her cohort's style as the "Dirt-bag Left." Frost contends that rudeness is essential to disrupting the political status quo.
I ask the question "So, Johnny, your dad is a manipulative, self-centered, dirt-bag salesperson, huh?" Johnny protests "No way!
I hope everyone reading this story learns from my mistakes, if only to prevent that dirt-bag feeling you get when you cause someone else to get hurt.
He finished the night by dedicating his own version of Teenage Dirt-bag by Wheatus to his senile grandma.
One read, "Our mission is to deliver our ship by 17 Dec, so we can go out and kick dirt-ball, dirt-bag Al Qeida terrorist butt." The other banner read, "Ask yourself throughout the workday: 1.
Gallardo plays a nameless stranger who arrives in a dirt-bag town with seemingly no purpose, but a whole lot of deadly imperturbability.
Some of these dirt-bags just happened to be in uniform.
And it's been codified in some of our most common idioms, with people described as "dirty rotten scoundrels," "poor as dirt" or "dirt-bags." The modern word "dirt" itself descends from the less than complimentary Old English word "drit," meaning "excrement." Instead of marveling at the mystery of soil, we have mocked it, by dredging and paving; desiccating and polluting; and working it to exhaustion.