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dirtbag

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Pronunciation: /ˈdəːtbaɡ
 
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Definition of dirtbag in English:

noun

US informal
A very unkempt or unpleasant person.
Example sentences
  • Cantankerous, colorful, and roiled by clashing personalities, this eclectic confederacy of dirtbags, freebooters, and aristocrats represents the crowning ambition of working guides all across America.
  • Letting some guilty dirtbags out of jail on technicalities was a price were willing to pay as a society to protect our privacy, and indeed our freedom.
  • Indeed, every photograph shown to U.S. senators yesterday is part of the same set of pictures featuring the same eight dirtbags.

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