bounder


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bound·er

 (boun′dər)
n. Chiefly British
An ill-bred, unscrupulous man; a cad.

bounder

(ˈbaʊndə)
n
1. old-fashioned slang Brit a morally reprehensible person; cad
2. a person or animal that bounds

bound•er

(ˈbaʊn dər)

n.
an obtrusive, ill-bred person.
[1535–45]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bounder - someone who is morally reprehensiblebounder - someone who is morally reprehensible; "you dirty dog"
perisher - bounder
scoundrel, villain - a wicked or evil person; someone who does evil deliberately
2.bounder - someone who bounds or leaps (as in competition)
jumper - an athlete who competes at jumping; "he is one hell of a jumper"
Translations

bounder

(o.f.) [ˈbaʊndəʳ] N (Brit) → sinvergüenza m, granuja m

bounder

[ˈbaʊndər] n (British) (old-fashioned) (= cad) → goujat m

bounder

n (dated Brit, inf) → Lump m (dated inf)

bounder

[ˈbaʊndəʳ] nmaleducato/a, cafone/a
References in classic literature ?
I've been awfully lucky, and all because that fellow Cathcart turned out such a funk and a bounder.
If it was not for losing the machine," the Englishman explained to the girl, "I'd let the bounder take it up and break his fool neck as he would do inside of two minutes.
I can be a shocking bounder at times," Aynesworth murmured.
I reckon the daffy old bounder don't know no more'n we do about it," growled the rat-faced sailor.
Nay," said the other, "I hold with this holy Prior, who hath paid me my fees in hard gold, so that I am bounder to him.
Oh, I say now, Clayton," returned Tennington, "you needn't be so rough on a fellow just because you didn't happen to suggest this trip yourself--you've acted a regular bounder ever since we sailed.
What kind of a Cockney bounder and cad could she have taken him for?
It's the poverty of the life those people show, and the awful bounders, of both sexes, that they represent.
Think James Bond and Terry Thomas as well as the modern day bounder par excellence, James Hewitt, who famously seduced Princess Di.
IN MERSEY | In the Mersey today, Bounder, a cargo vessel coming from Spain; Yeoman Bank, a bulk carrier carrying aggregates; MSC Angela, a container vessel coming from France and sailing on to Canada; Wilson Blyth, a cargo vessel coming from Spain; RMS Veritas, a container vessel; Pollux, a container vessel coming from Spain; Atlantic Sea, a container vessel coming from Belgium and sailing on to the US; and Wec Mondriaan, a container vessel coming from and returning to Portugal.
You will be accompanied by your best friend, a dog named Bounder, on your journey towards the Rift to save what's left of your home.
I SEE that bounder Osbourne, has declared war on the British pasty eater, by his punitive taxation on the nation's favourite snack, and anyone who has the brass faced cheek to ask for it to be hot.