dirty dog

NOUN
  1. a person who is deemed to be despicable or contemptible
    kill the rat
    only a rotter would do that
    the British call a contemptible person a `git'
    you cowardly little pukes!
    throw the bum out
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How To Use dirty dog In A Sentence

  • He tried to steal my wallet, the dirty dog.
  • They seem hell bent on continuing to police the world, to beat everyone into shape and to ‘get rid of the low-down dirty dogs’.
  • They seem hell bent on continuing to police the world, to beat everyone into shape and to ‘get rid of the low-down dirty dogs’.
  • He tried to steal my money, the dirty dog.
  • Well, Kane is a hero and a scoundrel, a no-account and a swell guy, a great lover, a great American citizen and a dirty dog.
  • That dirty dog tried to cheat me!
  • The lardaceous delicacy—dubbed the "danger dog," "dirty dog" or simply a bacon hot dog by its fans—has been such a hit with tipsy bargoers such as Chris Campbell that it's going upscale, just like the neighborhood that inspired it. Mission Munchers Bite 'Danger Dogs'
  • you dirty dog
  • He tried to steal my money, the dirty dog.
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