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Synonyms for bugger

someone who engages in anal copulation (especially a male who engages in anal copulation with another male)

practice anal sex upon

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The accused allegedly replied: "I will shoot you, you bugger," then brought the gun to Smart's head.
It's only because I'm such a stubborn bugger that I decided to carry on," he said.
Let politicians - and especially First Ministers - near football and they bugger it up.
He is a big green bugger and we were just a little worried that he wouldn't like the ground.
Grant Lake: Bait - yellow Power Bait (nymph scented); lure - -1/4-ounce gold/red Thomas Buoyant; fly - dark-green wooly bugger.
The European Parliament is the political jackpot for no-hopers who want to earn buckets of money and prance around looking important while accomplishing the sum total of bugger all.
According to Tim Claydon, an e-commerce consultant who runs the syndicate that owns the horse, the information was there all along on the internet, "but because no bugger has actually published it, we can't run the horse in the race we've aimed him for".
Well, bugger employee confidentiality - what about patients' rights?
I'm running him over hurdles as I'm hoping it will wake the old bugger up
Pasadena Casting Club: Dave Ames, best-selling author of ``True Love and the Wooly Bugger,'' will present a slide show at the Pasadena Casting Club tonight at 7:30 in the Arroyo Seco.
Which seems like a pretty good idea, considering New Labour seems perfectly happy to pass laws which allow 16-year-old boys to bugger each other, yet is unwilling to name those in their own Government who do the same.
His book, ``True Love and the Woolly Bugger,'' illustrates his comedic side, and his slide show is a light-hearted look at fly-fishing as a lifestyle.
He also recommends streamer flies, such a Clouser minnow, woolly bugger, gray ghost or Matuka, on a sinking-tip line while liberally stripping in line.