misery-guts

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misery-guts

n (Brit inf) → Miesmacher(in) m(f) (inf)
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No mistaking the distinctive features of former Men Behaving Badly star Martin Clunes, now better known as TV's medical misery-guts Doc Martin.
At this point a misery-guts Tory minister will pop up on the box to say it's our patriotic duty to soldier on, noses to the grindstone, can't have any slacking, national interest, etcetera etbloodycetera.
They in turn misery-guts 'elf and bossed everybody banned games on We went bust, world-weary king with a wife and was brought back Eventually, under called William, we finances, introduced government, got work and with the French immigrants relative prosperity.
We can't wait for his take on misery-guts Tony Mowbray as well as the usual role-call of the famous and infamous of the Scottish football and telly scene.
England v South Africa Sky Sports 1, 5pm DESPITE what misery-guts Younis Khan and a handful of broadsheet scribes would have you believe, there is virtually nothing to dislike about the World Twenty20, writes Steve Davies.
Reading that the ticket dispensing misery-guts can't fine Ferraris, because they're not on their computer system, was like music to my ears.
FORMER Rangers boss Paul Le Guen has capped a woeful few years by being voted the biggest misery-guts in French football.
Call me a misery-guts, but I've always preferred Mary's heart-wrenching songs of woe that reflect true emotion like only Mary can.
sadly, my husband had already finely-honed his list of misery-guts reasons why each of my ideas was utter pants.
Instead they get nasty comments shoved through their letterboxes by a misery-guts.
Before now I thought she was a pompous misery-guts who needed to eat more chips and stop wandering round like she had a poker up her bum.