squarehead


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squarehead

(ˈskwɛəˌhɛd)
n
1. old-fashioned slang Austral someone who is honest, or considered honest by serious criminals
2. (Peoples) military slang archaic taboo Brit a German or Scandinavian
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"Though just the same I'd like most to death to have just one go at that squarehead Hansen." He smiled with pleasure at the thought.
"'Tis a fine chap, that squarehead Johnson we've for'ard with us," he said.
"That makes a hundred and fifty," the saloon-keeper calculated; "and he's worth it, or I'm a squarehead."
After a couple of weeks of it, Olaf, a squarehead sailor, got an idea.
The band have recruited well, bringing in Oisin Trench, formerly of Dublin favourites Enemies as well as the bass playing prowess of Ian McFarlane also of Squarehead.
Carla said: "I didn't want him to be known as Spongebob Squarehead, so it wasn't a case to leave it.
Pets Recordings' Squarehead joins rising local star David Glass for the party tomorrow night.
7), beginning with the arrival of Jan van Riebeek, the squarehead from the motherland 1652' and extending to the present, with Zuma, the showerhead of the fatherland 2010' (p.
She said: "It's Mr Squarehead Cowell and Louis the Leprechaun I've to keep my eye on.
Bethwaite is working on an advanced version called the "squarehead" rig, in which the top of the sail is rectangular rather than elliptical to improve its exhausting, or "dumping", of wind in a greater range of conditions.
Corporal Long told me that when the Squarehead applied for enlistment at the Baltimore Recruiting Office he was so unsophisticated that they had to lash him to a bunk and blindfold him before they could get leather shoes on him.
Mick Riley, who was a really good soldier, yelled back "Shut up you squarehead, I'll get you." Ted whispered to Mick, "Don't tease him, let him go home." We held our fire and the tank moved off.