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wazzock Line breaks: waz|zock
Pronunciation: /ˈwazək/

Definition of wazzock in English:

noun

British informal
A stupid or annoying person.
Example sentences
  • So no, Gordon, I don't hate Easter eggs themselves, just the marketing wazzocks who foist them on us from January 1st each year.
  • At least I got a new monitor, inherited from an unidentifiable wazzock who had stuck a sticky address label onto the screen.

Origin

1980s: of unknown origin.

Words that rhyme with wazzock

havoc • bulwark • Isaac

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