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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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'They think we Welsh live in caves,' she would say, 'but that dirty bugger (the head of the Eastbourne household) would spit on the grate like a navvy.
That's the sort of thing that happens when you play "silly buggers" and get it wrong.
They soon get the message - spend or bugger off!' CUSTOMERS SAY...
Black Buzzer, Black Fritz, Black Snatcher, Black Zonker, Black Woolly Bugger, Bloodworm, Gold Ribbed Hare's Ear, Blobs.
'Getting the buggers into science' (not a title that will be universally accepted by schools in all sectors it must be said) is nevertheless a useful reminder of the task that we as science teachers should be focusing our efforts on.
"Those little buggers really know what's happening!"
Bites from these little buggers spread a disease called leishmaniasis.
He suggested that to extend support for the Northern Ireland football team, they introduce a second anthem, like the rugger buggers have done.
Sigel quotes a bawdy verse in which Prime Minister Gladstone "buggers" a Turk in a "grand demonstration" of his "prick" (p.
Harmful buggers? The bacteria's DNA (genetic material) showed that most of the organisms were related to one of two types of opportunistic bacteria.
The advert for the company's teaching guides reads 'Don't Let the Buggers Get You Down' in reference to its series of teaching guides with titles such as 'Getting the Buggers to Write', 'Getting the Buggers to Read' and 'Getting the Buggers to Think'.
Chapter 1, titled "Shakespeare's Beastly Buggers," is, says Boehrer, about women; but it is much more about the fluid boundaries between animals and humans.
Like many craftsmen/business owners, Jessica Grossman began Little Buggers as a hobby.
In a stage whisper he warned: ``The little buggers nip, you know.''
Or if he does win, he buggers up his scorecard and gets