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slang A dull, dowdy, or untalented person; someone who is generally unattractive or unremarkable. From Yiddish. I'll never understand why such a knockout beauty as she is with a shlub like him. The tribute band, as it were, was just a bunch of shlubs in cheap costumes and makeup playing KISS's greatest hits—and playing them badly, at that.
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But the converse of that, of course, is that my missus - and 99.9% of other women - have pretty bad dumb luck with the men in their life and more often than not end up with shlubs
Enjoying the image of some FBI shlubs
in hindquarters gathering paper with lots of black-out, I hoped he put those files to the best literary uses.
Is the interactive media buying public better informed than we shlubs
who still read newspapers?
But the converse of that, of course, is that my missus ( and 99.9% of other women ( have pretty bad dumb luck with the men in their life and more often than not end up with shlubs