Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun execretory opening at the end of the alimentary canal.

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  • noun UK, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, vulgar The anus.
  • noun vulgar, offensive An inconsiderate or mean spirited person. Less vulgar and intense than fucker.

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  • noun vulgar slang for anus

Etymologies

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From Middle English arce-hoole, equivalent to arse +‎ hole. Compare Old English ears-þerl ("anus", literally "arse-hole").

Examples

  • It's a portmanteau from the OnStar service and the term arsehole, which is an English way of saying ...

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • I firmly stand by my post. es Your Wrong, tumbo tells it as it is, Old Yank has a voice, as does all on ESB, get back to your real moniker arsehole!

    East Side Boxing

  • Your Wrong, tumbo tells it as it is, Old Yank has a voice, as does all on ESB, get back to your real moniker arsehole!

    East Side Boxing

  • Your Wrong, tumbo tells it as it is, Old Yank has a voice, as does all on ESB, get back to your real moniker arsehole!

    East Side Boxing

  • I firmly stand by my post. es Your Wrong, tumbo tells it as it is, Old Yank has a voice, as does all on ESB, get back to your real moniker arsehole!

    East Side Boxing

  • You may recall that he was heard to call Ivan Lewis, the health minister, an "arsehole".

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • The boss thing is not a gender issue – it is a personality issue or, if you really want to get brutal, an "arsehole" issue.

    We're doomed if most women want a male boss

  • Like Donna, if I met an author whose work I love and aspire to but appeared to exhibit 'arsehole' behavior I'd shrug and still read it and maybe wish I hadn't met h/her.

    Dirty Lives and Times

  • The words 'arsehole' and 'David Vance' have been used in close proximity to each other on quite a few occasions, not least by the authors and readers of the nationalist weblog Balrog.

    A case of mistaken identity

  • Having had her shower, Chloe took a lipstick from her handbag and wrote 'arsehole' on Tommy's bathroom mirror.

    High Society

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