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short-arse

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Definition of short-arse in English:

noun

informal , derogatory
A person of small stature.
Example sentences
  • Incidentally, when he attends film premiers he has his ‘people’ build him a small ramp on the red carpet so that when he's photographed next to his leading ladies he doesn't look like such a short-arse.
  • To me that's like saying, ‘Toulouse-Lautrec - what a short-arse,’ and walking straight past the canvases.
  • First up is my old friend Stuey who, despite being a bit of a short-arse, has found a young lady who tolerates his many faults.

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