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Definition of turd in English:

noun

vulgar slang
1A lump of excrement.
Example sentences
  • When dealing with drains and sewers, my family's turds are acceptable.
  • Inmates brandishing plastic bags with turds in them are going from cell door to cell door proudly displaying their accomplishments.
  • We try calling them but the turds weren't answering their 800 number!
2A person regarded as obnoxious or contemptible.
Example sentences
  • The 7 year old was a right obnoxious little turd, who would interrupt our game by hanging over the gate at the end of the garden and shouting at us.
  • We spent long summers visiting, spending weeks at a time with my grandparents having the extended holidays that you can only dream about, while my parents joyfully got rid of three little turds for the entire summer.
  • They're both turds, but H&A has worse acting.

Origin

Old English tord, of Germanic origin.

Words that rhyme with turd

absurd, bird, Byrd, curd, engird, gird, Heard, herd, Kurd, misheard, nerd, overheard, reheard, third, undergird, undeterred, unheard, unstirred, word

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