leg-puller


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leg-puller

[ˈlegpʊlə>ʳ] Nbromista mf
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A Glasgow entertainment impresario - described as Scotland's `champion leg-puller - was in Stirling on business in May, 1939.
'I'm a leg-puller but we've got a job to do,' he added.
Terrible leg-puller he is, and as for "more than a quarter" who felt anxious, you should have seen the man who asked the questions, all stubbly and grumpy, like a great clip-boarded Jeremy Paxo.
I am seen as a bit of a humorist and leg-puller, who will take risks in amusing people.
He was the ultimate professional soldier when he was on duty and the ultimate leg-puller at all other times."
His game was in place again and the jovial old leg-puller gave us his explanation.