Definitions

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  • n. a contemptible person

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Not some suck-ass combination of words culled from your manuscript, supposedly embodying some perceived theme, but a real, hair-on-your-balls statement of bad-assery.

    Jeff Klima: A Fighting Lion: Exercises in Awesome Titles

  • Really, I haven't heard so many mea culpas by a pathetic suck-ass since my "conversation" with Tracey the morning after the incident that led to my personal rye ban.

    Stewart vs. Cramer

  • Forty or fifty rowdy drunk kids were there, all laughing and yelling their heads off while the suck-ass dance music vibrated children out of their beds the next block over.

    Freefall

  • A totally suck-ass choice between two equally terrible outcomes.

    GONE

  • In summary: a forced choice between two equally suck-ass things.

    GONE

  • Next, all their suck-ass assistants and PR reps are out of work.

    THINK OF THE COKE DEALERS!

  • The convergence of a great number of suck-ass film, one of which is a white guy in dreadlocks and a white male in Afro, coupled with the return of striking writers ….

    CRAP RULES CRAP-DOMINATED MARKET

  • McCain being a total suck-ass should just be an unfortunate side-show not the whole story.

    A Night At The Congressional Races

  • In the real world, you might have a suck-ass job, but if you're smart, you leave the job at 5 and come home to do whatever you want.

    a bright orange bag on the carousel

  • Because I totally missed Saturday due to my suck-ass delayed flight!

    Blogger Bender - Part II

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