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twat Line breaks: twat
Pronunciation: /twat/
/twɒt/

Definition of twat in English:

noun

vulgar slang
1A woman’s genitals.
Example sentences
  • Cunt-Eye was a ginger freckled waste-of-space who got the nickname because his squint made him look like he had a pair of twats on his face.
  • Annabel took great delight in teasing the poor bound slave with the dildo, until, as Wanda screamed again in the throes of her climax, Annabel roughly shoved the dildo into Tanj's twat.
  • "I'm going to cut off her fucking twat, " said one woman.
2A person regarded as stupid or obnoxious.
Example sentences
  • It's funny, utter twats make music for utter twats.
  • They're all flag-waving twats, and I'm clearly a xenophobe at heart
  • I'm sure there's a bunch of twats who'll come back from the pub, all brimful of beer and bullshit, to restart proceedings at eleven through to one in the morning.

verb

[with object] British informal Back to top  
Hit or punch (someone): if my best mate said that I’d twat him out
More example sentences
  • It was a set that rose and occasionally dropped to reveal a more melodic aspect of the band who lulled us in using this little trap, then twatted us in the jaw as they steamed back into what they knew best.
  • Perhaps he tried to sneak into the New NaziParty Conference disguised as an 82 years old heckler and was twatted by a Stormtrooper strategically placed to stifle dissent.
  • Also good was some guy falling, twatting his head on a window and smashing it.

Origin

Mid 17th century: of unknown origin.

Words that rhyme with twat

allot, begot, Bernadotte, blot, bot, capot, clot, cocotte, cot, culotte, dot, forgot, garrotte (US garrote), gavotte, got, grot, hot, jot, knot, lot, Mayotte, motte, not, Ott, outshot, plot, pot, rot, sans-culotte, Scot, Scott, shallot, shot, slot, snot, sot, spot, squat, stot, swat, swot, tot, trot, undershot, Wat, what, wot, yacht

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