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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.
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dirtbag

n. a low, worthless person. Spike is a slimy dirtbag, and I want him put away for good.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Bosco would like to thank The Green Diamond/Radical Dirtbags collective, Quartersnacks crew, Autumn, Ed and all the homies at shop Gentei, DQM, Supreme/Union, and anyone else along the way ...
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THE article by the Journal's business editor, Graeme Whitfield is spot on (These wretched dirtbags have no place in business - or anywhere, October 27).
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