professional victim

professional victim

slang A derisive term for someone who claims to receive mistreatment from others, usually as a way to get attention. Boy, he's really the professional victim these days. What is he claiming I did to him this time?
See also: professional, victim
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Joshua (below), 26, is sure the Californian will be his 17th professional victim on June 25 as he targets WBA Super and WBO champ Tyson Fury.
And Joshua, 26, is confident the 30-year-old will become his 17th professional victim as he targets WBA Super, IBO and WBO champ Tyson Fury.
There's vain misery twins Amy and Sally, dour Joel who believes hens lay eggs "out of their necks", insult-hurling professional victim Aaron, who reckons: "I have to say what I think.
Many Democrats seem to prefer the sensibility of Fluke, a professional victim and virtuoso whiner.
Another professional victim is Tarique Ghaffur, the police ofcer who claims he was racially discriminated against by the Met force.
But for county captain Handy, the irony is that Mason's professional victim in the singles, Chester-le-Street's Darren Crowle, may soon be running up against the same opponent again on the PGA Europro Tour, two rungs below the European Tour on the pro ladder.
The 29-year-old Redcar boxer had been lined up as local hero McFadyen's eighth straight professional victim in front of a partisan full house but ripped the script with a big left hook after five fast-flowing rounds.
Katz); (23) Admissions to University-Based Programs: Faculty Assessment of Current Practices and Implications for Navigating the Future (Kaetlyn Lad); (24) Strategies for Surviving the Professional Victim Syndrome: Perspectives from Superintendents on Navigating the Political Waves of Contemporary Leadership (Walter S.
SCOT Colin Bain became Amir Khan's eighth professional victim as the teenage sensation eased to a second-round stoppage in Cardiff.
I choose not to be a professional victim, because I don't think it's true and because people don't have much tolerance for it.
Udolpho), and Ellena (The Italian), is a professional victim or
allows individuals to obtain the enhanced identity protection by combining broad insurance coverage with professional victim resolution services.
Handcuffing him to the mildmannered Linda Nolan was a mistake, they should have attached him to the truly crackers, verging on the insane journalist and professional victim Liz Jones.
The stream of accusations created a lucrative compensation industry, with enterprising lawyers specializing in sex abuse cases, and professional victim organizations producing a steady supply of clients.
SARAH Ferguson seems to be turning into a professional victim.
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