no-goodnik


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no-goodnik

(noˈgʊdnɪk)
n. someone who is no good. (The nik is from Russian via Yiddish.) Tell the no-goodnik to leave quietly, or I will call the police.
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Horsley is the greedy no-goodnik Gardner Poole, your basic evil rich developer hell-bent on grabbing first Cid's cattle ranch and then her freshly available body.
As played by Henry Goodman, this Billy is the ultimate shyster, a no-goodnik closer to the defining sleaze of the show's first Billy, Jerry Orbach, than to the part's smooth (and ever so slightly bland) current Broadway inhabitant, James Naughton.
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He's rude, he runs around partying, he won't give up drinking, his friends are no-goodniks.
That's because--I know this will shock you--some human beings are not just venal, but greedy no-goodniks.
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It does play into the terrible argument that Jewish no-goodniks control the media and our foreign policy," Kalb said.
Those Republican no-goodniks stole our precious election.
Who can help but be enthralled as our heroes fight to thwart no-goodniks Boris Badenov and Natasha Fatale or Dudley DoRight of the Mounties battles crime wherever he finds it--unencumbered by personality?
In Rocky and Bullwinkle's new wacky adventure, the notorious No-Goodniks gang from Pottsylvania is back and this time they have managed to break the secret code and make the leap from their cartoon existence into the real world.
Squirrel nothing was sacred, as the bumbling duo attempted to thwart the evil plans of the "world's greatest No-Goodniks," Boris Badenov and Natasha Fatale.
The bad guys: Nondescript renegade ex-cops who steal firearms from a police warehouse and sell them to no-goodniks.