Definition of toerag in English:

toerag

Line breaks: toe¦rag
Pronunciation: /ˈtəʊraɡ
 
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noun

British informal
  • A contemptible or worthless person.
    More example sentences
    • So long as they subsidise laziness, indulge envy, and give little toerags the benefit of the doubt then it doesn't surprise me that the little toerags will carry on.
    • Why would anyone trust anything the lying toerags said without proof?
    • You hear them called toerags, but that is too nice for them.

Origin

mid 19th century: originally denoting a rag wrapped round the foot as a sock or, by extension, the wearer (such as a vagrant).

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