from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A repulsive or disgusting person or thing.
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- n. A scuzz; a repulsive person.
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The proof of this is that John McCain might actually have the best night of any Republican candidate on Tuesday, as Democrats massively increase their majorities in both the House and the Senate, perhaps even gaining a filibuster-proof 60-seat Senate majority, perhaps even giving Senate Minority Leader and major scuzzbucket Mitch McConnnell (from Kentucky no less!) his walking papers.
Did a little squishy dance (shoes absolutely ON for this mission, I'm not a total scuzzbucket) and hoped for the best.
AR-01: Three aides to scuzzbucket former state Sen. Tim Wooldridge, who narrowly lost the
Y&R: Who, indeed, would throw off J.T.! for that scuzzbucket!
There's no way I'm ever reading anything by that scuzzbucket AW1 Tim.
After very nearly shocking the nation with his surprisingly strong result against GOP scuzzbucket Rep. Ken Calvert, Democrat Bill Hedrick has finally conceded defeat.
Mon Nov 10, 2008 at 4: 24 PM EST last checked in with the shocking result in California's 44th District, Democrat Bill Hedrick was trailing GOP scuzzbucket Rep. Ken Calvert by 4600 votes.
Of course, the exact quote from the Wasilla Church speech proves that Charlie Gibson is an agenda-oriented scuzzbucket, and Sarah Palin knew he was fishing for a 'gotcha!'
Helen Shaver's Barbara Yates is way too much of a tiresome stereotype; it would have made for much more interesting storytelling to have her be an actual journalist with principles who went against Homeland Security, which would make the conflict more interesting, instead of her a) being a scuzzbucket and b) having a convenient skeleton in her closet that Ryland could exploit.
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