bauchle

bauchle

(ˈbɒxəl)
n
1. (Clothing & Fashion) an old worn shoe
2. a worthless or clumsy person
3. a useless object
4. (Animals) a trout-fisher's term for a perch2
[C18: of unknown origin]
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Strikers Jamie Mole and Scott Robinson operated on meagre rations and maybe Templeton should have a word with his old man Henry, a brilliant bauchle of a wide man at Ayr United who knew how to wreak havoc by weaving and jinking around full-backs.
net USS Grand Canyon AD/AR28: Richard Bauchle (716) 839-4183; e-mail: rwbauchle@worldnet.
Wouldn't mind having one of these zoomers on my tail if it was a 19-year-old, sex-mad Barbie lookalike but Dave (a grey-haired wee bauchle from Paisley)doesn't quite fit the bill.
Then in the last trial match at Broxburn a wee ginger-haired bauchle from Glasgow turned up in the No.
He liked good Scots words like bauchle and maister man, as well as rich adjectives like thrawn and glaikit - all of which could be applied to Donald.
Meanwhile, any shilpit wee bauchle with pimples and bad breath who wanders around with `I'm Too Sexy For My Shirt' on his front should be done under the Trades Description Act.
I'm scunnered with getting bumped by some bauchle too busy yattering to watch where they are going.
Their womenfolk might not agree - though there's no denying the pulling power the kilt gives to even the tubbiest wee bauchle when he heads abroad.
A woman who's had too much in the departure lounge and insults everybody while her wee bauchle of a husband is scared to shut her up.
A man can be a wee fat bauchle (not unlike Michael Winner, in fact), and we still marry him and tell people he makes us laugh.
We never see puir working folk Wi' bauchles on their feet, Like perfect icicles wi' cauld, Gaun starving through the street.