fouter definition

  • noun:
    • A despicable other.
    • A despicable fellow.
    • A bungler; a “handless” or shiftless person.
    • A gross term of contempt: utilized interjectionally.
    • A despicable other.
    • A despicable fellow.
    • A bungler; a “handless” or shiftless person.
    • A gross term of contempt: used interjectionally.
    • A despicable fellow.
    • A despicable fellow.
    • A bungler; a “handless” or shiftless person.
    • A gross term of contempt: made use of interjectionally.
    • A despicable other.
    • A despicable other.
    • A despicable other.
    • A despicable fellow.
    • A despicable other.
    • A despicable other.
    • A despicable fellow.
    • A bungler; a “handless” or shiftless individual.
    • A despicable other.
    • A despicable fellow.
    • A bungler; a “handless” or shiftless individual.
    • A gross term of contempt: used interjectionally.
    • A bungler; a “handless” or shiftless person.
    • A bungler; a “handless” or shiftless person.
    • A gross term of contempt: used interjectionally.
    • A gross term of contempt: used interjectionally.
    • A despicable other.
    • A gross term of contempt: used interjectionally.
    • A despicable fellow.
    • A bungler; a “handless” or shiftless individual.
    • A gross term of contempt: made use of interjectionally.
    • A despicable fellow.
    • A despicable other.
    • A despicable fellow.
    • A despicable fellow.
    • A bungler; a “handless” or shiftless person.
    • A bungler; a “handless” or shiftless individual.
    • A gross term of contempt: utilized interjectionally.
    • A gross term of contempt: used interjectionally.
    • A despicable other.
    • A despicable fellow.
    • A despicable other.
    • A bungler; a “handless” or shiftless individual.
    • A gross term of contempt: used interjectionally.
    • A bungler; a “handless” or shiftless person.
    • A gross term of contempt: used interjectionally.
    • A despicable fellow.
    • A despicable fellow.
    • A despicable fellow.
    • A despicable fellow.
    • A bungler; a “handless” or shiftless individual.
    • A bungler; a “handless” or shiftless individual.
    • A gross term of contempt: used interjectionally.
    • A gross term of contempt: utilized interjectionally.
  • others:
    • To bungle.
    • To bungle.
    • To bungle.
    • To bungle.
    • To bungle.
    • To bungle.
    • To bungle.
    • To bungle.
    • To bungle.
    • To bungle.
    • To bungle.
    • To bungle.
    • To bungle.
    • To bungle.

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