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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Cupid is no longer the grape-plucking ephebe of The Concert or the lively guttersnipe of his Amor Vincit Omnia.
Instead he discovers grace and camaraderie with the guttersnipe "Ratzo" Rizzo (Dustin Hoffman), who dies as he nears his illusionary Nirvana: Florida.
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.
Your father's sure he was there on some sort of security job, something high-up and secret, but in my opinion he was simply living on his rich wife's money, a guttersnipe who married money and now he's come back to show off the airs and graces he picked up in Europe, and I saw that her eyes were fixed on the mirror on the opposite wall, watching the words coming out of her mouth, dirty, venomous, and again I thought, who knows what she's capable of saying about me, and I felt suffocated next to her and I said, I have to go, and she exclaimed, not yet, trying to keep me with her like she tried to keep him, stay with me until he goes, and I asked, why, and she shrugged her shoulders in a childish gesture, I don't know.
Today's upbeat new music encompasses the lively all-ages fun of the Presidents of the United States of America, the energetic guttersnipe wit of Oasis, and the seductive, crafted concoctions of the ironically named Garbage.
At launch, ARTSPROJEKT artists and brands include Lil Jon, Shepard Fairey / OBEY, Santa Cruz Skateboards, legendary skateboard artist Jim Phillips, Skateboarding Is Not A Crime, Bullet, Crooks & Castles, Blood Is The New Black, Hellz Bellz, Guttersnipe, legendary skateboard pro and artist Steve Caballero, Mars-1, Alex Pardee, and DALEK.
Real Labour people will be nauseated - snivelling little guttersnipe.
He slaughtered the sacrificial lamb the Government had put up to defend their treacherous pusillanimity over the News of the World, and the guttersnipe Sun columnist Jon Gaunt he swatted away like the sewer-fly he is.
To be sure there are enough gaffes, egregious political miscalculations, and guttersnipe rhetoric coming out of the pro-abortion Senate Democrats and the chairman of the Democratic National Committee to provide the fare for an entire smorgasbord.
The test gun was fitted with the Guttersnipe Sighting System, consisting of a one-inch channel on the back top of the frame with a tritium dot at the end.
When writer Melissa Hart savaged us in April for "a dinner that contributed so thoughtlessly to pollution and landfills" and (incorrectly, it turned out) not providing for the lactose intolerant, I shrugged it off as the rantings of a "greener than thou" guttersnipe.
In this later poem he names a number of birds he would like to be, starting with "The guttersnipe and the albatross" and going on to the gannet and the heron, "the allure of the cuckoo/and the gossip of starlings," and mentioning also the bullfinch and the wren, as well as waterhens and corncrakes, blackbirds and magpies, before concluding:
Well, well, another guttersnipe who welchs on a wager," she hissed.