Definition of droob in English:

droob

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Pronunciation: /druːb
 
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noun

Australian informal
An unprepossessing or contemptible person.
More example sentences
  • Can anyone explain this to a droob like me?
  • Luckily I don't think anyone saw, but I still feel like a droob.

Origin

1930s: perhaps related to droop.

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