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ham-and-egger

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Definition of ham-and-egger in English:

noun

US informal
An ordinary man: he’s fired from his law firm and forced to hit the streets with a thousand other ham-and-eggers
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  • I would venture to guess the lowly ham-and-egger doing that kind of work is not drawing a lot of press attention and never will.
  • Dan Alexander and Correll Buckhalter are ham-and-eggers who aren't going to run away from defenders.
  • Fraley and Koppen, two real ham-and-eggers, are cut from the same cloth.

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