dirtbag

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dirt·bag

 (dûrt′băg′)
n. Slang
A filthy or vile person.

dirtbag

(ˈdɜːtˌbæɡ)
n
slang a filthy or disreputable person
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The plane failed not to self dirtbags and savages shouldn't ride private planes.
Dirtbags Baseball occupies a 12,000-square-foot space at 384 Sundown Road, South Elgin.
He calls them "dirtbags" because they do the things that many times the stars on the team don't, or won't, do.
AROUND the time of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, I wrote a column in which I described men as 'wretched dirtbags'.
KLAMATH FALLS - Jaret Stewart tossed a complete game seven-hitter, striking out eight and walking one, to lead the Dallas Dirtbags to a 9-5 victory over the Eugene Challengers in an elimination game at the Oregon state American Legion Tournament on Saturday at Kiger Stadium.
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An old crookmobile has coasted up, lights out, engine off, two dirtbags piling out, the passenger already waving a pistol, the driver just rising with another, both loud but not screaming "Hold still ya f***s!" and other pleasantries.
He also started as an assistant coach with the Post 20 Dirtbags, an AAA American Legion team in Dallas/ West Salem, Ore.
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Unfortunately for the Duke of Dirtbags, the driver immediately twisted around in her seat and commenced a vicious butt-whuppin', as the passenger leaped out and began screaming for help.