Peck's bad boy
Definition of Peck's bad boy
: one whose bad behavior is a source of embarrassment or annoyance
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Origin and Etymology of peck's bad boy
from the book Peck's Bad Boy and his Pa (1883) by George Wilbur Peck †1916 American journalist, humorist, and politician
First Known Use: 1883
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