Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A dull fellow; a chump.
- n. A fool; someone very credulous or easily fooled.
- Origin uncertain; perhaps an extended use of Juggins, originally a plebian surname. (Wiktionary)
“He felt an awful fool, a — what was it? — a juggins, ah! — a Juggernaut.”
“And the little juggins ran away, on the train last night?”
“Now I _don't_ like to look like a juggins, it's wot I carn't stand, s'elp my bob;”
“Don't be a juggins, Jenny," he remarked, in a dispassionate way that made her feel helpless.”
“O Rupert, my silly little juggins, you're as dense as a vegetable marrow.”
“Look here, boss,' I said to old man Moss -- the proprietor, you know -- 'You're a bit of a juggins to go on working with so much money under here,' -- and I pointed to the floor.”
“Dennis yelled: "Bob, you juggins, do you want to do the lot of us in?”
“You juggins,' I said, 'do you think a burglar who wants to get into a house waits till a cab's going past and then gives a acrobatic exhibition to attract the driver's attention?”
“He'll borrow money from any juggins who is ass enough to lend it to him.”
“Arf the night through he's at that game, the silly old juggins.”
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