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poofter

Line breaks: poof|ter
Pronunciation: /ˈpʊftə
 
, ˈpuː-/

Definition of poofter in English:

noun

Another term for poof2.
Example sentences
  • ‘Only poofters drink white wine,’ he declared.
  • His 1960s employment policies in Australia could be summed up as: ‘No blacks, no poofters, no suede shoes.’
  • That's what would cure these namby pamby poofters.

Origin

early 20th century: extended form.

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