guttersnipe


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Synonyms for guttersnipe

Synonyms for guttersnipe

a child who spends most of his time in the streets especially in slum areas

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First off, Pete's ASP didn't have the signature guttersnipe sight.
The role of Eliza Doolittle, the young cockney guttersnipe who is transformed, Pygmalion-like, into an upper crust English lady as part of a bet by Professor Henry Higgins, is one of the best known in musical theater.
Forbidden insults have included coward, guttersnipe, hooligan, rat, stool pigeon, swine, and traitor.
While certainly not the prettiest girl at the dance with its cut-off forend, it has its own guttersnipe appeal with its gaping bore and military sights.
In Saint-Simon's estimation, the most celebrated writer of his time is transformed into a jumped-up homunculus, a guttersnipe whom no person of true distinction would regard with anything but contempt.
Thus, I don't have to go into any detail about the guttersnipe attacks and backstabbing Gov.
Cupid is no longer the grape-plucking ephebe of The Concert or the lively guttersnipe of his Amor Vincit Omnia.
He cites the 1960s vogue for the pulp novelist Iceberg Slim (a guttersnipe alternative to Motown uplift) as the model for Gordy's boss-man mentality.
I surprise me moved by the many a funnel hinged for the obeisance to Tower Bridge the viper's curtsy to and from the City till in the dusk a lighter blind with pride tosses aside the scarf of the bascules then in the grey hold of the ambulance throbbing on the brink ebb of sighs then I hug me below among the canaille until a guttersnipe blast his cerned eyes demanding 'ave I done with the Mirror I stump off in a fearful rage under Married Men's Quarters Bloody Tower and afar off at all speed screw me up Wren's giant bully and curse the day caged panting on the platform under the flaring urn I was not born Defoe.
Instead he discovers grace and camaraderie with the guttersnipe "Ratzo" Rizzo (Dustin Hoffman), who dies as he nears his illusionary Nirvana: Florida.
Latest in a series of Victorian melodramas starring a spunky guttersnipe named Dido Thwite.
26] The BBC had also commissioned for the same programme an adaptation of an extract from Guttersnipe.
True Christian Americans would not be "silenced by guttersnipe slander" of periodicals like the Century.
alluding to Assia's German accent and also suggesting that it belongs to a guttersnipe.