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wanker Line breaks: wank¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈwaŋkə/

Definition of wanker in English:


British vulgar slang
A contemptible person (used as a generalized term of abuse).
Example sentences
  • The banking system in this country is backwards, full of paper pushing patronising wankers and a general Nightmare.
  • All stage magicians are wankers though, aren't they.
  • In America, the biggest selling band of all time was N'Sync, a sorry bunch of wankers miming to sentimental drivel written by a maniacal pop svengali.

Words that rhyme with wanker

anchor, banker, Bianca, canker, Casablanca, Costa Blanca, flanker, franker, hanker, lingua franca, Lubyanka, rancour (US rancor), ranker, Salamanca, spanker, Sri Lanka, tanka, tanker, up-anchor

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