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arsehole (ˈɑːsˌhəʊl) 

Definitions

noun

(British, slang)
  1. the anus
  2. a stupid person; fool   ⇒ We thought he was a bit of an arsehole, a bit of a show-off.

Example Sentences Including 'arsehole'

"I could always go out and try and be an arsehole , but it's not in my nature.
New Zealand Herald (2004)
Andy, Dermot and Robert were still in appalling moods, but the arsehole on bass was a veritable eye-opener.
David Cavanagh MUSIC FOR BOYS (2003)
I remember Jimmy saying that I was a middle-class arsehole.
Independent (1999)
Mark Samuel Agnew Coates may have been an arsehole , but he was an industrious arsehole.
David Cavanagh MUSIC FOR BOYS (2003)
Mark Samuel Agnew Coates may have been an arsehole, but he was an industrious arsehole.
David Cavanagh MUSIC FOR BOYS (2003)
Maybe I should be a bit more -- is it nice to say -- of an arsehole.
The Australian (2004)
Right at the end, the guru picked up a feather, tapped him on the forehead, and said, `Lighten up, arsehole !
Rice, Judith New Testaments
Speaking to The Scotsman newspaper, Coxon said: "I realise that I've been an arsehole for a long, long time.
NME (New Musical Express) (2002)
Take the Aston Villa boss David O'Leary admitting that maybe he's been `a bit of an arsehole ".
Times, Sunday Times (2004)

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