from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A person regarded as thoroughly mean or disagreeable.
- interj. Used to express annoyance, disgust, disappointment, or amazement.
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- n. An objectionable person.
- n. Any objectionable thing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. insulting terms of address for people who are stupid or irritating or ridiculous
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"The son of a bitch ran," Fein spat out without preamble.
"You know, where they try to find out whether a son of a bitch really is a son of a bitch," Alva said helpfully.
Captain Jim Brass had spent enough time with the Blairs, and people like them, to know that for Arthur Blair to come as close as he had to calling that son of a bitch Pierce a son of a bitch indicated an unfathomable depth of anger toward Owen Pierce.
Then in complete frustration over the imeptness of the would-be rescuers and his own inability to do anything about it, he added to his Bear, "Crap, I don't even know where that son of a bitch went now."
Has one of them ever had the damn decency to look into the camera and out at all those uplifted, face-lifted masks in the audience and say, ‘I deserve this adulation like a son of a bitch because I followed Satan’s brilliant direction to a T.
I wondered what chicken-shitted son of a bitch had sent it.
"It's you people who let blonds do things the gods didn't mean to have 'em doyou're the traitors, you and that gods-damned son of a bitch of a King Avram."
I ran the son of a bitch off with Sid's old hunting rifle.
I think this Detective Thelma Fielding is okay, but the sheriff is a pompous son of a bitch with his eye on something else.
Jake lit a cigarette, his mind still on Eric Brennerman and how bright the son of a bitch was.