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  • proper n. A fictional hunter who has a distinctive voice, squeaky and babyish, is a member of the of the Looney Tunes and whose full name is Elmer J. Fudd.

Etymologies

The first animated appearance as a character named "Egghead" was in the short Egghead Rides Again from 1937. The first animated appearance as a character named "Elmer Fudd" was in the short Elmer's Candid Camera from 1940. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The toque has always been a sort of elegant shape in fashion, but not the Elmer Fudd, which is now just everywhere.

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

  • Many people refer to him by his nickname, Elmer Fudd, which is how he introduces himself to most people when he meets them for the first time.

    East Valley Tribune - Today's Top Stories

  • Grand Strand Chamber of Commerce founder Ward Shepherd has named the controversial online commentator known as Elmer Fudd, after being subpoenaed Saturday by an attorney for the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce.

    TheSunNews.com: Local

  • The person known as Elmer Fudd, who posted several comments on stories on TheSunNews. com about the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce, has an email address with the name

    TheSunNews.com: Local

  • The person known as Elmer Fudd, who posted several comments on stories on TheSunNews. com about the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce, has an email address with the name "NoAdTax."

    TheSunNews.com: Local

  • Chamber officials sued seeking the identity of "Elmer Fudd," who was a commenter on stories posted on TheSunNews. com Web site.

    TheSunNews.com: Local

  • Attorneys for the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce dismissed a lawsuit that was filed last year over an online commenter known as "Elmer Fudd," according to court documents.

    TheSunNews.com: Local

  • Myrtle Beach chamber attorney: Case ties McBride to 'Elmer Fudd' controversy

    TheSunNews.com: Local

  • I can still close my eyes and see Bugs Bunny whacking away at Elmer Fudd's lather-covered face with a straight razor "There, you're nice and clean / Although your face / Looks like it might have gone / Through a ma-chine".

    Why 'Fantasia' Mattered—Just Ask Gunther Schuller

  • A clip of some Elmer Fudd lookalike waving at the camera and showing ID?

    The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf

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