chinless wonder


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chinless wonder

n
informal Brit a person, esp an upper-class one, lacking strength of character
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The man who has been appointed Her Majesty's Oposition spokesman on Scottish Affairs in the Commons is not your typical Tory chinless wonder.
She'd have had no function other than to breed children for whatever chinless wonder wanted her hand in marriage (and in Victoria's case that would be just as well because her hand is a darn sight more attractive that her face.
ANGUS Diggle, the chinless wonder solicitor who served time for attempted rape, is seeking to become a Tory MP.
What keeps this chinless wonder, who's never done a day's work in his life, so busy?
But now, thanks to revolutionary surgery, he has turned from a real-life chinless wonder into a boy of steel.
IN FACT, Richard is a melodramatic moustachetwirler of the old school and only a chinless wonder like his new wife, Gail, is too dopey to see it.
My old friendly bank manager has been put out to grass by the TSB, replaced by a cold, heartless, chinless wonder - Robocop in a pinstripe suit.
I do not believe that every judgment about Cameron should be based on where he went to school, or his privileged upbringing, or the fact that he is a chinless wonder.
But if she couldn't find the courage then to leave this chinless wonder, thank God she's found it now and has decided to take him to the cleaners.
Eliza almost runs off with a chinless wonder called Freddie, but comes back to pick up Henry's slippers.
Strictly - It Takes Two saw the charmless, chinless wonder wheeled out with Rouass like a Tory MP who'd been caught with his pants down.