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skunk

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a person whose behavior is offensive to others

  • heʼs nothing but a dirty, rotten skunk
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bastard, beast, bleeder [British], blighter [chiefly British], boor, bounder, bugger, buzzard, cad, chuff, churl, clown, creep, cretin, crud [slang], crumb [slang], cur, dirtbag [slang], dog, fink, heel, hound, jerk, joker, louse, lout, pill, rat, rat fink, reptile, rotter, schmuck [slang], scum, scumbag [slang], scuzzball [slang], sleaze, sleazebag [slang], sleazeball [slang], slime, slimeball [slang], slob, snake, so-and-so, sod [chiefly British], stinkard, stinker, swine, toad, varmint, vermin

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son of a gun

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skunk

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1 to defeat by a large margin

  • we ended up skunking them, as our goalie was able to prevent the other team from scoring a single goal
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beat the pants off, eat alive, run circles around (or run rings around), wipe the floor with (or wipe the ground with)

2 to achieve a victory over

  • our football team consistently skunks our traditional rivals Thanksgiving after Thanksgiving
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get the better of, knock for a loop

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3 to rob by the use of trickery or threats

  • unwilling to let suppliers skunk him, the restaurant owner inspected every shipment before signing off on it
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sell a bill of goods to, take for a ride, take to the cleaners



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