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n. Canadian Slang
A clumsy, boorish person, especially an uncouth, beer-drinking man.


1. slang US a person who swindles or deceives others
2. slang Canadian an unsophisticated, esp rural, person


(ˈhoʊ zər)
n. Canadian Slang.
1. an uncouth man.
2. a Canadian.
[1980–85; orig. uncertain]
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