toerag

toerag

(ˈtəʊˌræɡ)
n
slang Brit a contemptible or despicable person
[C20: originally, a beggar, tramp: from the pieces of rag they wrapped round their feet]
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toerag

[ˈtəʊræg] N (Brit) → mequetrefe m
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He was ferrying troops from one barracks to another last weekend while waiting to hand over drugs to another toerag.
If you endlessly flaunt your ample assets in people's faces, some day a little toerag will snatch them for himself.
Meanwhile, Cain takes great delight blackmailing Robert and gets the little toerag to stump up some much needed dosh for the farm.
Jay the toerag dumped Abi because he's a toerag who loves Lola.
Kitchen sink anthems like The Great Escape, Out In The Past and Toerag showed them at their best, with frontman Joel Stoker's observations of small-town, working class life backed by huge melodies for the crowd to bellow along with.
Not once have I heard from Mr Field condemnation of toerag bosses who skimp on pay and conditions.
As well as her solo outings she has recently been gigging with Toerag, a five-piece 1930s-style Gypsy jazz band, the first of its kind in the city.
During Toerag you'll catch yourself singing sotto voce "and the public gets what the public wants".
Gallagher joked about putting out his own aftershave, Eau de Toerag, C[pounds sterling]for the working class gentlemenC[yen].
Their debut release, a self-titled four-track EP, recorded by White Stripes' producer Liam Watson at London's infamous Toerag Studios, caused giant-sized ructions with its incendiary and intense songs.
Ice queen Chrissie flips when she overhears her odious toerag of a husband Robert talking to Aaron and learns yet more unsavoury facts about her lying spouse.