from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of or pertaining to troglodytes, or dwellers in caves
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to a troglodyte, or dweller in caves.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to the troglodytes or cave-dwellers; relating to or having the habits of the cave-dwellers.
So my information might be a little -- how did Bud put it -- "troglodytic".
Just think of what a better place this world would be if we simply ignored Mr. Bolton and the troglodytic ideas of those think like him and instead let them do their own advertising, while we focus on a discussion and develop some kind of plan of how could we actually make the world a better place.
No, your ‘immorality’ is just an excuse for troglodytic tribal prejudice.
Remove women from the military to make rabidly anti-progressive, repressive, troglodytic misanthropes happy?
Exhibit 2: Conservative troglodytic backbencher Russ Hiebert.
Translation: Same ol 'troglodytic GOP that got us to where we are.
What they'll hear is a frightening expression of troglodytic thinking on race.
In spite of your troglodytic and hyper-pathological zeal to relegate me and mine to the psychological ghetto-comfort-zone of your bigotry-atrophied mind, I ... we — refuse to be imprisoned there.
Because the fact of the matter is that nowadays we have established - and this is good in this society - that being a racist is troglodytic and that's something that's in the water in our society now in a way that it was not, as recently as 40 years ago.
And a serious hard-ass -- a way-Right Republican senator from one of the most politically troglodytic states in the nation.
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