chump


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Synonyms for chump

Synonyms for chump

a person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of

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Chump is like the rump steak of the lamb kingdom and is TURN TO PAGE 44
I decided to spin past Pc Chump to get his name and inquire, quite reasonably, why he had refused to waive the restriction in the case of an emergency.
Because chumps shift their weight from one foot to the
Selina, 55, said: "It would be great if Chump and I could go all the way.
Did he make anti-antiwar critic John O'Neill look like a chump even back then?
Hard to imagine a bigger chump outside our own Tory Party leader's private office, isn't it?
Immediately assessing Dek as a chump, Jimmy decides to head home and rescue his lost love.
A miraculous switch from Dump The Pump to Dump The Chump, which would make you weep for the mentality of The Floating Voter - if you could persuade yourself there was any mentality worth weeping over.
Why didn't his chump ump buddies step forward and fix what needed fixing?
New research suggests even mild exposure to the drug can cause serious psychiatric problems, and while it would be cruel and possibly libellous to describe Trisha as completely off her chump, you couldn't say she was completely on her chump either.
Most criminal gang members, who constitute the majority among California's nearly 3,300 imprisoned minors, are fully acculturated to a lifestyle and mentality that regards authority as the enemy and anyone who submits to it as a chump.
SO, Alain Baxter is reduced from skiing champ to chump in just a few terse words.
That's chump change compared to what Arnold may bring to the table.
You knew that, as soon as Britain went on full-scale terror alert some poor chump would end up paying for it.
The sweet-tasting Celtic Pride lamb range - shoulder and leg joints, chop and chump steaks - will only be sold in Wales and is exclusive to Somerfield.