Reverse Dictionary: CONTEMPT


CONTEMPT, CONTEMPTIBLE – ADJECTIVES
– contemptible DARG 1866 Sc.
– contemptible DOG-FACED 1962 Amer. dial.
– contemptible FART-KNOCKING 1963 Amer. sl.
– contemptible MIMSEY 1880 Eng. dial.
– contemptible OWLHOOT 1946 Amer. West. sl.
– contemptible SAD-ASS 1971 Amer. sl.
– contemptible SAD-ASSED 1971 Amer. sl.
– contemptible VILIPENDIOUS 1536 obs. rare
– contemptible WRIST-WATCH c1900 Royal Navy usage
– contemptible, bad, poor LOUSY c1386
– contemptible, bad, wretched SNIDDY Bk1903 sl.
– contemptible, base, mean LOWDOWN 1865 colloq., orig. US
– contemptible, coarse, mean, paltry, base, nasty ROINOUS c1366 obs.
– contemptible, despicable BLITHERING 1889
 contemptible, despicable COCKSUCKING 1872 US sl.
– contemptible, despicable COOTIE-HEARTED 1920s US sl.
– contemptible, despicable LOWLIFE 1725
– contemptible, despicable LOW-LIFED 1747 chiefly US colloq., esp. African-American
– contemptible, despicable MOFO 1989 Amer. sl.
– contemptible, despicable MOLLYFOGGING 1978 Amer. sl.
– contemptible, despicable MUFF-DIVING 1930s sl.
– contemptible, despicable PIGFUCKING 1968 US sl.
– contemptible, despicable, foul; base, worthless; vile, degrading DUNGY c1494 rare
– contemptible, despicable; in poor taste; unappealing, unfashionable NAFF 1965 Brit. sl.
– contemptible, despicable, vile; base, worthless DUNGISH 1550
– contemptible; dirty MANGY 1896
– contemptible, dirty, mean CRUSTY Bk1974 Amer. sl.
– contemptible, dirty, mean SCRIMY 1931 Amer. dial.
– contemptible, disgusting ABIE LINCOLN;  ABRAHAM LINCOLN 1988 UK rhyming sl. for ‘stinking’
– contemptible, disgusting; low-grade, degrading SHITTY 1879 sl.
– contemptible, disgusting, mean EGG-SUCKING 1875 Amer. dial., derogatory
– contemptible, disgusting; worthless; second-rate CACKY 1970s sl.
– contemptible, disreputable, worthless; base, mean, of a low social class LOW-DOWN 1865 sl. orig. US
– contemptible, foolish, ineffectual MOOKY 1967 US sl.
– contemptible, ineffectual, incompetent DROOBY 1972 Aust. sl.
– contemptible, inexperienced, ‘green’ SHAVED-TAIL 1949 Amer. dial.
– contemptible, inexperienced, ‘green’ SHAVE-TAIL 1891 Amer. dial.
– contemptible, inferior, poor, insignificant, worthless, mean, immoral ORNERY 1816 Amer. dial.
– contemptible, inferior, poor, worthless, contemptible ORDINARY 1800 Amer. dial.
– contemptible; insignificant; said of a child NAFFLING Bk1883 Eng. dial.
– contemptible, insignificant, worthless, petty PISS-ANT 1952 sl.
– contemptible, irritating, despicable ARSEHOLE 1956
– contemptible, mean BEGGARY 1542 obs.
– contemptible, mean, base FEEBLE c1250 obs.
– contemptible, mean, disgusting ORNERY AS AN EGG-SUCKING HOUND 1985 Amer. dial.
– contemptible, mean, paltry; good-for-nothing RAGABASH B1900 Eng. dial.
– contemptible, mean, paltry; of small value or importance PICAYUNE 1856 Amer. colloq.
– contemptible, mean, underhand SNIDEY 1859 UK
– contemptible, mean, underhand; false, counterfeit, sham SHNIDE;  SNIDE 1859 UK
– contemptible, nasty; supercilious and disdainful SNOTTY 1926 sl.
– contemptible, nonsensical BOSHY 1860
– contemptible, objectionable, despicable, unpleasant CRUDDY 1877
– contemptible, offensive LAME 1955 US sl.
– contemptible, of poor quality; cheap CHINCY 1970 Amer. sl.
– contemptible, of poor quality; cheap CHINTZY 1959 Amer. sl.
– contemptible or pretentious; worthless; offensive; unsatisfactory HORSESHIT 1939 US sl.
– contemptible, paltry; mean, dishonest DIRTY Bk1900 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– contemptible, resembling a skunk SKUNKISH 1839
– contemptible; sickly, puny, feeble UNDOUGHT 1773 Sc.
– contemptible, skulking, cringing; self-deprecating, obsequious; useless, good-for-nothing MEACHING;  MEECHING;  MICHING 1792 Amer. dial.
– contemptible, small, puny SCRAM 1842 Eng. dial.
– contemptible, sordid MUCKY 1683 Eng. dial.
– contemptible, sordid, sloppy; excessive, seedy RAUNCHY 1930s sl., orig. US
– contemptible, stupid SKIT-BRAINED 1553
– contemptible, stupid, irritating, despicable ASSHOLE 1888 US sl.
– contemptible, stupid, or obnoxious DOUCHEY 1991 US sl.
– contemptible, to be despised DESPECTUOUS 1541 obs. rare
– contemptible, trifling, insubstantial FARTING 1930s sl.
– contemptible, trifling, paltry, insignificant BAUBLING 1601 obs.
– contemptible, ugly BUTTFACED 1973 US sl.
 contemptible, ugly FART-FACED 1977 Amer. sl.
– contemptible, unacceptable; unfashionable, unattractive, socially undesirable, esp. among schoolchildren DAGGY 1972 Aust. sl.
– contemptible; undesirable WADDY 20C US sl.
– contemptible, unpleasant; deplorable, disgusting SHITHOUSE 1966 sl.
– contemptible, unpleasant; disagreeable; repulsive, disgusting CRUMBY Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– contemptible, unpleasant, disgusting, loathsome, inferior CACK;  CAK;  KACK 1996 UK sl.
– contemptible, unpleasant, distasteful SCABBY 1712
– contemptible, unpleasant, inferior, nasty KAK 1970s UK & S. Afr. sl.
– contemptible, unpleasant, worthless SHITBUM 2000s US sl.
– contemptible, useless FAGGOT Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– contemptible, very mean, despicable LOWER THAN WHALE SHIT 1965 Amer. dial.
– contemptible, very mean, despicable MEANER THAN CAT SHIT 1965 Amer. dial.
– contemptible, very mean, despicable MEANER THAN CAT SHIT AND A DAMN SIGHT NASTIER 1965 Amer. dial.
– contemptible, very mean, despicable MEANER THAN COW SHIT 1965 Amer. dial.
– contemptible, very mean, despicable MEANER THAN HEN SHIT 1965 Amer. dial.
– contemptible, very mean, despicable MEANER THAN HOG SHIT 1965 Amer. dial.
– contemptible, very mean, despicable MEANER THAN OWL’S SHIT 1965 Amer. dial.
– contemptible, very mean, despicable MEANER THAN SHIT 1965 Amer. dial.
– contemptible, very mean, despicable MEANER THAN SKUNK SHIT 1965 Amer. dial.
– contemptible, very mean, despicable MEANER THAN SNAKE SHIT 1965 Amer. dial.
– contemptible, very mean, despicable MEANER THAN WHALE SHIT 1965 Amer. dial.
– contemptible, vile DUNG-BRED 1796 rare
– contemptible, weak, cowardly FAGGOT-ASS 2000s African-American sl.
– contemptible, worthless, disreputable, vile OFFAL c1605 now chiefly Eng. dial.
– contemptible, worthless, lacking courage WHITE-ARSED 1903 sl.
– contemptible, wretched, miserable, mean, base, degraded DOG-BOLT 1580 obs.
– deserving of contempt; worthless, low-down FUNKY-ASS 1967 US sl.
– expressing contempt or disapproval COD 1960s sl.
– expressing contempt or disapproval CODALINA 1960s sl.
– expressing contempt or disapproval CODETTAREENARONE 1960s sl.
– expressing contempt or disapproval CODETTE 1960s sl.
– of contemptible, worthless, mean, or bad character LITTLE-WORTH c1200 obs. exc. arch. & Sc.
– socially contemptible, very low-class, slum-dwelling BAG-BLIND 20C W. Indies sl.
– very contemptible or vicious MEAN AS A STRIPED SNAKE 1952 Amer. dial.
– very contemptible or vicious MEAN AS  STRIPED-TAILED SNAKES 1940 Amer. dial.
– very contemptible or vicious MEANER THAN A RATTLESNAKE 1965 Amer. dial.
– very contemptible or vicious MEANER THAN A SNAKE 1880 Amer. dial.
– very contemptible or vicious MEANER THAN SNAKE SHIT 1965 Amer. dial.
 
CONTEMPT etc. – INTERJECTIONS/PHRASES
– an exclamation of contempt BAH! E19 sl.
– an exclamation of contempt BAW-WAW! 1599 obs.
– an exclamation of contempt DEVIL-STICKS! 1903 Amer. dial.
– an exclamation of contempt, amazement, or derision KISS MY ARSE!;  KISS MY ASS c1554
 an exclamation of contempt and defiance YAAL! Bk1905 Sc.
 an exclamation of contempt and disbelief, dismissing as beneath argument the previous speaker’s words SEZ YOU! M19 sl.
– an exclamation of contempt and dismissal GO PISS UP A ROPE 1964 sl.
 an exclamation of contempt, annoyance, irritation, or disbelief SHUCKINS! 1893 Amer. dial.
– an exclamation of contempt, annoyance, or derision KNICKERS! 1971 sl.
 an exclamation of contempt; begone, away with you, go and be hanged SNICK-UP! 1601 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– an exclamation of contempt, disapproval, or incredulity KAY-KAY! 1828 Sc. obs.
– an exclamation of contempt, disbelief, derision; nuts! nonsense! NERTS! 1922 US sl.
– an exclamation of contempt, disbelief, dissent, or disapproval CAT’S FOOT! 1877 Amer. dial.
– an exclamation of contempt, disbelief, dissent, or disapproval CAT’S HIND FOOT! 1939 Amer. dial.
– an exclamation of contempt, disbelief, etc. PRUT! c1300 obs.
– an exclamation of contempt, disbelief, or abhorrence KAE! a1779 Sc. obs.
– an exclamation of contempt, disbelief, or abhorrence KAIGH!;  KAY! 1828 Sc.
 an exclamation of contempt, disgust, aversion, or malicious defiance YA!;  YAH 1812
– an exclamation of contempt, disgust, or aversion BAW! 1377
 an exclamation of contempt, disgust, or impatience TEUGH!;  TEW! 1870 Sc.
– an exclamation of contempt, dismissal (Drop Dead Twice) D.D.T! 1947 US students’ sl.
– an exclamation of contempt, distaste, or disbelief FOOEY! Bk1974 Amer. sl.
 an exclamation of contempt, exultation, or disgust VAH! 1382 obs.
 an exclamation of contempt, impatience, disappointment, etc. AUGH! 1871 Sc.
– an exclamation of contempt, impatience or disgust PISH! 1592
– an exclamation of contempt, incredulity, etc. QUOZ! 1802 obs.
– an exclamation of contempt or amused surprise MARRY COME UP! 1592 obs.
– an exclamation of contempt or defiance YAIL!;  YALE!;  YELL!  Bk1905 Sc.
– an exclamation of contempt or derision DROP DEAD! 1934 sl., orig. US
– an exclamation of contempt or derision GET KNOTTED! 1963 Brit. sl.
– an exclamation of contempt or derision GET STUFFED! 1952 Brit. sl.
– an exclamation of contempt or derision PIGS!;  PIGS TO YOU! 1906 Aust. sl.
 an exclamation of contempt or derision SHOVE IT! 1941 sl.
 an exclamation of contempt or derision SUCKS!;  SUCKS TO YOU! 1913 sl., esp. juvenile usage
 an exclamation of contempt or derision TAKE A RUNNING JUMP!; TAKE A RUNNING JUMP AT ONESELF! 1933 sl.
 an exclamation of contempt or derision UP YOUR ARSE!;  UP YOUR ASS! 1956 sl.
 an exclamation of contempt or derision UP YOURS! 1956 sl.
 an exclamation of contempt or derision UPYER! 1941 sl., chiefly Aust.
 an exclamation of contempt or derision YA BOO!;  YAH BOO 1921 sl., esp. juvenile usage
– an exclamation of contempt or derision YAH BOO SUCKS! 1913 sl., esp. juvenile usage
 an exclamation of contempt or derision YOUR MAMA! 1973 Amer. sl.
 an exclamation of contempt or derision; I feel intense contempt or dislike for a person I WOULDN’T PISS ON HIM IF HE WAS ON FIRE 1950 sl., orig. US
– an exclamation of contempt or disbelief GO TO REPPS! Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– an exclamation of contempt or disbelief POW WAW! 1602 obs. rare
– an exclamation of contempt or dismissal ASK MY ARSE (ASS)! 1788 sl.
 an exclamation of contempt or dismissal ASK MY PODEX! 1804 sl.
 an exclamation of contempt or dismissal, e.g. go fuck yourself! BAH-FUNGOO!;  FUNGOO! 1950s US sl.
– an exclamation of contempt or dissatisfaction, pooh! FUFF! 1780 Sc.
 an exclamation of contempt or impatience SHAFF! 1783 Eng. dial.
 an exclamation of contempt or impatience at what has been said: Nonsense! Fiddlesticks! TILLY-VALLY! 1601 obs. or arch.
– an exclamation of contempt or surprise HAW! 1889 Eng. dial.
 an exclamation of contempt or vexation TWISH! 1577 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– an exclamation of supreme contempt, as in ‘you ought to be kicked to death by cripples’ BE KICKED TO DEATH BY CRIPPLES Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– used for expressing contempt for what has just been said YOU AIN’T SAID NOTHING 1968 US
 
CONTEMPT etc. – NOUNS
– a collection of contemptible, worthless, or foul things DUNGHILL 1340
– a contemptible bit of nothing, a damn FRENCH-FRIED-FUCK 20C sl.
– a contemptible or disgusting thing SHITHOUSE 20C sl.
– a contemptible or worthless thing; rubbish, nonsense BATSHIT 1950 sl.
– a group of people held in contempt by the speaker PACK OF BLUDGERS Bk1999 Aust. sl.
– a group of people held in contempt by the speaker PACK OF GALAHS Bk1999 Aust. sl.
– a method, manner, etc., that is contemptible, underhand, or unscrupulous LOW ROAD 20C sl.
– an expression of contempt or scorn; a gesture of derision GECK 1500-20 chiefly Sc.
– anything contemptible or worthless; a piece of extravagance; ‘away-cast’ WA-CAST 1898 Sc.
– anything that is contemptible or worthless PUKE 20C sl.
– a sign of contempt RAZOO 1890 Amer. sl.
– contempt, derision, an object of derision LUDIBRY 1637 obs.
– contempt, disdain, scorn DEDIGNATION c1400 obs.
– contempt, scorn BYSCORN 1387 obs. rare
– contempt, scorn, disdain FASTIDIE 1538 obs. rare
– something contemptible, hateful, or loathsome TOAD a1548
– something contemptible, vile, or loathsome DUNG c1225
– the quality of being contemptible or disgusting; vileness SHITTINESS 1929 sl.
 
CONTEMPT etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– a contemptible and foolish person LAMESTER 1978 US sl.
– a contemptible and mean person EGG-SUCKING DOG 1950 Amer. dial.
– a contemptible and mean wretch; a soft, worthless fellow GULLION 1825 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– a contemptible and rough girl or woman JADE 1560 sl.
– a contemptible and tedious person; an obnoxious person GWEEB 1984 Amer. students’ sl.
– a contemptible and tedious person; an obnoxious person GWEEBO 1986 Amer. students’ sl.
– a contemptible and tedious person; an obnoxious person GWEEP 1982 Amer. students’ sl.
– a contemptible and useless person PISMIRE 1870 Amer. dial.
– a contemptible and useless person PISSAMIRE 1870 Amer. dial.
– a contemptible, base, despicable, or degraded person; a person of the lowest social condition ABJECT 1534
– a contemptible, base, or degraded person BASELING 1618 obs. rare
– a contemptible but insignificant person PUNK 19C sl.
– a contemptible dastard DASTARDLING 1800 nonce word
– a contemptible, despicable person ROCK-SPIDER Bk1988 Aust. sl.
– a contemptible, despicable, or base person BEAST c1400
– a contemptible, despicable, wretched, or formidable man FUCKER a1890 sl.
– a contemptible, detestable, or fawning person; a servile flatterer LICK-SPITTLE 1796
– a contemptible, disagreeable, or disreputable person; a ‘scumbag’ RATBAG 1890 colloq., orig. Aust.
– a contemptible, disagreeable, or miserable person; a low, mean, or good-for-nothing fellow; a worthless person; a rogue; a rascal; a scamp SPALPEEN 1815 Irish
– a contemptible, disgusting person CHICKENSHIT 1940s sl., orig. US
– a contemptible, dishonest, or worthless person; a man who is deceitful or disloyal in a romantic relationship RAT 1571
– a contemptible, dishonourable, dishonest, untrustworthy, or otherwise despicable person; a double-crosser; one who treats women badly HEEL 1914 US orig. criminals’ usage
– a contemptible, fawning person; a servile flatterer or toady LICKSPIT 1620
– a contemptible feeble, or sycophantic person MESSAN 1721 Sc., derogatory
– a contemptible fellow BOBTAIL 1899 Amer. dial.
– a contemptible fellow GRANNY-DODGER 1974 African-American sl.
– a contemptible fellow SLINK Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– a contemptible fellow SQUINNY 1716 obs.
– a contemptible fellow; a babbling, prating fellow; a jester; a buffoon; a rascally base knave; a thief BALATRON;  BALLATRON 1623 obs. rare
– a contemptible fellow; a buffoon; a rascally, base knave BALATROON 1623
– a contemptible fellow; a mean wretch or villain DOG-BOLT 1465 obs.
– a contemptible fellow; a person not over-particular TARLACK;  TARLOCH 1881 Eng. dial.
– a contemptible fellow; a term of abuse NEEDLEDICK 1969 Amer. sl.
– a contemptible fellow; a worthless, unpleasant fellow GOODMAN-TURD 1598
– a contemptible fellow, esp. a fugitive or outlaw OWLHOOT 1958 Amer. Western sl.
– a contemptible, filthy, or obnoxious person DIRTBALL 1974 US sl.
– a contemptible fool SNORKER 1977 US sl.
– a contemptible, foolish, or stupid person; a person considered to resemble a baboon in appearance; an ugly or uncouth person BABOON 1592 derogatory
 a contemptible, good-for-nothing, scurvy fellow; a mean, niggardly person SCART 1825 Sc.
 a contemptible, hateful, or loathsome person TOAD a1548
– a contemptible, inferior, or worthless person; a person of no account or of a low type YELLOW DOG 1862 US colloq.
– a contemptible, insignificant, or despicable person GERM 1942 US sl.
– a contemptible, insignificant, paltry person PICKSNIFF 1862 Eng. dial.
 a contemptible, insignificant person; a mean, paltry person WHIFFMAGIG 1871
– a contemptible little fellow who gives saucy, cheeky foolish talk CAFFLER L19 Ireland
– a contemptible man TAMPON DICK 1997 UK sl.
– a contemptible man, esp. one who is younger than, or of junior status to, the speaker BUM-FLUFF 2000 UK sl.
– a contemptible, mean fellow PUKE Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– a contemptible, mean fellow; a lout; a reckless fellow NAGER;  NAGRE;  NAGUR;  NAIGUR Bk1905 Ireland
– a contemptible, mean fellow; a rascal; a good-for-nothing; a worthless fellow; a mischievous child SKEESICK 1858 Amer. dial.
– a contemptible, mean fellow; a rascal; a good-for-nothing; a worthless fellow; a mischievous child SKEESUCKS;  SKEEZACKS;  SKEEZECKS;  SKEEZICKS;  SKEEZIX 1891 Amer. dial.
– a contemptible, mean, niggardly fellow; a miser SCRAT Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– a contemptible, mean, or bad-tempered person; an unimportant person PISS-ANT 1903 now chiefly Amer.
– a contemptible, mean, or disagreeable person; a rough, clumsy, stupid, or overbearing man; a disliked person BIG STIFF 1896 sl., orig. US
– a contemptible, mean, or dishonest man; an unpleasant or despicable person SKATE 1896 sl., chiefly US
– a contemptible, mean, or spiteful person PADDOCK a1475 derogatory
– a contemptible, mean, or uncouth person SHITEPOKE 1925 Amer. dial.
– a contemptible, mean person; someone who always wants a loan SCADGER 1866 sl.
– a contemptible, objectionable, or offensive person; a bastard BARSTERD 1675
– a contemptible, objectionable, or offensive person; an unpleasant or despicable person BASTARD 1675
– a contemptible, objectionable person; a bastard BASKET 1936 euphemism
– a contemptible, objectionable person; a bastard BASS 1967 Sc. sl.
– a contemptible, objectionable person; a bastard BEE 1920s sl.
– a contemptible, objectionable person; a despicable person; a bastard BAA-LAMB 1910s euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker MO DICKER 1968-70 Amer. sl.
 a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MO-FUCKER 1987 Amer. sl.
 a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOLLY-DODGER 1964 African-American sl.
 a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOLLYWOPPER 1973 US euphemism
 a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOMMA 1975 US sl.
 a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOMMA-HOPPER 1975 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHA;  MOTHER 1955 sl., orig. & chiefly US
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHAFUCKA 1918 sl., orig. Africa-American
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER-BUGGER 1970 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER CRUSHER 1959 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHEREE 1938 US sl. rare
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHEREFF 1961 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHEREN 1948 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHERFATHER 1992 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHERFERYER 1946 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER-FLICKER 1998 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER-FLUNKER 2002 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER-FOR-YOU 1918 sl., orig. African-American
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER-FOULER 1949 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER-FRIGGER 1939 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHERFUCK 1964 US sl.
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHERFUCKA;  MOTHERFUCKER 1918 sl., orig. African-American
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHERFUG 1918 sl., orig. African-American
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHERFUGGER 1918 sl., orig. African-American
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER-FUYER 1935 US
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER-GRABBER 1963 US
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHERHEAD 1970 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER-HOPPER 1975 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER-HUBBA;  MOTHER-HUBBER 1959 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER HUBBARD 1994 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER-HUGGER 1956 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER-HUMP 1976 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER-HUMPER 1963 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER-HUNCHER 1962 euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER-JIVER 1959 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER-JUMP 1975 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER-JUMPER 1949 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER-LOVER 1951 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHEROO 1999 euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER-PLUGGER 1929 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER-RAPER 1959 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER-RUBBER 1973 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHERSCRATCHER 2001 US sl. euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHERSELLER 1953 US sl. euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTHER-SUCKER 1952 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTOR SCOOTER 1960 US euphemism
– a contemptible, obnoxious, despicable, or unpleasant person; a ‘motherfucker’ MOTORCYCLE 1938 US sl.
– a contemptible, obnoxious, or worthless person SHIT 1508
– a contemptible, obnoxious, or worthless person SHITE 1508
– a contemptible, odd, or eccentric person MESS 1936 US sl.
– a contemptible old man; a foolish or despicable person BUZZARD 1641
– a contemptible or absurd person OBJECT Bk1958 Eng. sl.
– a contemptible or cowardly person DUNGHILL CRAVEN 1587 obs.
– a contemptible or despicable fellow FUCKASS c1960 sl.
– a contemptible or despicable person CRUDHEAD 1984 US sl.
– a contemptible or despicable person MOFO 1965 Amer. sl.
– a contemptible or despicable person MOFUCK 1962 Amer. sl.
– a contemptible or despicable person MUDDLEFUG 1960s African-American sl., derogatory
– a contemptible or despicable person PIGFUCKER 1939 US sl.
– a contemptible or despicable person RAT FUCK 1922 US sl.
– a contemptible or despicable person RAT-FUCKER 1967 sl.
 a contemptible or despicable person TRIPLE-CLUTCHER Bk1975 Amer. euphemism
– a contemptible or despicable person; a bastard B 1851 euphemism
– a contemptible or despicable person; a bastard BAS 1920s sl.
– a contemptible or despicable person; a ‘motherfucker’ DUCK PLUCKER 1976 US euphemism
– a contemptible or despicable person; a ‘motherfucker’ MAMA-HUNCHER 1962 Amer. euphemism
– a contemptible or despicable person; a ‘motherfucker’ MAMA-JAMMER;  MAMMA-JAMMA 1950s euphemism
– a contemptible or despicable person; a ‘motherfucker’ MAMMY-DODGER 1920s Amer. euphemism
– a contemptible or despicable person; a ‘motherfucker’ MAMMY-DUGGER 1948 Amer. euphemism
– a contemptible or despicable person; a ‘motherfucker’ MAMMY-HUGGER 1970 Amer. euphemism
– a contemptible or despicable person; a ‘motherfucker’ MAMMY-JABBER 1950s euphemism
– a contemptible or despicable person; a ‘motherfucker’ MAMMY-JAMMER 1948 Amer. euphemism
– a contemptible or despicable person; a ‘motherfucker’ MAMMY-JAMMY 1989 Amer.  euphemism
– a contemptible or despicable person; a ‘motherfucker’ MAMMY-SUCKER 1970 Amer. euphemism
– a contemptible or despicable person; a ‘motherfucker’ MAMMY-TAPPER 1967 Amer. euphemism
– a contemptible or despicable person; a ‘motherfucker’ POPPA-LOPPA 1930s African-American sl.
– a contemptible or despicable person; a ‘motherfucker’ POPPA-STOPPA 1930s African-American sl.
– a contemptible or despicable person; an unpopular person COWSHIT 1962 US Western sl.
 a contemptible or despicable person; chiefly used as a term of abuse BUTT-FUCKER 1972 US sl.
 a contemptible or despicable person, esp. one involved in criminal activity; also used as a term of abuse LOWLIFE 1909
– a contemptible or despicable person, esp. one involved in criminal activity; also used as a term of abuse LOW-LIFER 1902 colloq., orig. US
– a contemptible or detestable person; a sycophant LICKSKILLET 1893 Amer. dial.
– a contemptible or disgusting fellow; a stupid person CHEESE DONG 1986 US sl.
– a contemptible or disgusting fellow; a stupid person CHEESEDICK;  CHEESEDIX 1986 US sl.
– a contemptible or foolish person ARSEWIPE 1962 sl., derogatory
– a contemptible or inconsequential fellow ASS-BUCKET 1953 Amer. sl.
– a contemptible or inconsequential person; a thug; a large, stupid man BIM 1924 US sl.
– a contemptible or insignificant person NICKLE-AND-DIMER 1960s US sl.
– a contemptible or insignificant person; a dwarf ABLACH 1790 Sc.
– a contemptible or insignificant person; a petty character SARDINE Bk1912 Amer. dial.
– a contemptible or insignificant person; a stupid or sheepish fellow; a simpleton JACK-A-LENT 1598 arch.
– a contemptible or low person, usually male; an unpleasant or despicable person CHEAPSKATE 1896 US sl.
 a contemptible or malicious woman WICKED WITCH 1998 UK rhyming sl. for ‘bitch’
– a contemptible or mean person SKATER L19 US sl.
– a contemptible or mean person; a mean, low scurvy fellow; an unpleasant or despicable man; a rascal, a scoundrel, a rogue SCAB 1590
 a contemptible or objectionable man; an incompetent, pretentious, or ostentatious person WANK 1970 sl.
 a contemptible or objectionable man; an incompetent, pretentious, or ostentatious person WANKER 1971 Brit. sl.
– a contemptible or objectionable person BITCH’S BASTARD 1922 sl.
– a contemptible or objectionable person; an unpleasant or despicable person; CRUD 1932
– a contemptible or objectionable person; ‘Bitch’s Bastard’ B.B. 1954 UK sl.
– a contemptible or odd man or woman; a person, often characterized as eccentric or unpleasant BEZARK 1919 US sl.
– a contemptible or offensive person FROG c1330
– a contemptible or small person SQUIT a1825 Brit. sl.
 a contemptible or small person; an insignificant looking person; a lazy boy WHIFFET 1767 Amer. dial.
– a contemptible or sneaking person, now esp. a toady or flatterer EGGSUCKER 1838 US sl.
– a contemptible or stupid person ASSCLOWN 1999
– a contemptible or stupid person ASSHAT 2002
– a contemptible or stupid person BUTT 1993 Amer. sl.
– a contemptible or stupid person BUTT PLUG 1986 Amer. colloq.
– a contemptible or stupid person HORSECOCK 1927 US sl.
– a contemptible or stupid person HORSE’S COCK 1974 US sl.
– a contemptible or stupid person HORSE’S-NECK 1928 US sl.
 a contemptible or stupid person MONKEY DICK 1988 Amer. sl.
– a contemptible or stupid person MUDCAT M19 US sl.
– a contemptible or stupid person MUTTHEAD 1910s US sl.
– a contemptible or stupid person; an inept fool; an idiot; a jerk DIPSTICK 1963 US sl.
– a contemptible or stupid person, usually a man HORSE’S ARSE;  HORSE’S ASS 1888 US sl.
– a contemptible or ugly person BUTTFACE 1973 US sl.
– a contemptible or ugly person FART-FACE 1938 Amer. sl.
– a contemptible or ugly person OLD FART-FACE 1938 Amer. sl.
– a contemptible or ugly person; usually used abusively in direct address FUCKFACE 1961 US sl.
– a contemptible or unpleasant person BAG OF TRIPE 1822 sl.
 a contemptible or unpleasant woman MOO 1967 UK sl., derogatory
– a contemptible or unprepossessing man; an ineffectual or incompetent person DROOB 1933 Aust. sl.
 a contemptible or vile person; a villain; a scoundrel; a coward VILIACO 1599 obs.
– a contemptible or worthless person FUNK a1400 obs.
– a contemptible or worthless person SHOWER 1943 colloq., orig. military usage
– a contemptible or worthless person SCADDIN 1884 Sc.
– a contemptible or worthless person SCALD 1575 derogatory
 a contemptible or worthless person TRASH 1604
– a contemptible or worthless person, a good-for-nothing CUSS1775 colloq., orig. US, mildly derogatory
– a contemptible or worthless person; a knave, a rogue COISTRIL;  CUSTREL 1570 arch.
– a contemptible or worthless person; a mean, despised person BOLL WEEVIL 1941 Amer. dial.
– a contemptible person ASS-HOLE c1784 sl.
– a contemptible person BAG OF HUMP 1935 US sl.
– a contemptible person BAG OF PUS 1967 US sl.
– a contemptible person BLEEDER 1887 UK sl.
– a contemptible person CRAB 1580 UK
– a contemptible person CRUDZOID 1984 US students’ sl.
– a contemptible person DINGO 1928 Aust. sl.
– a contemptible person DOUCHE-BAG 1942 US sl.
– a contemptible person FART-HEAD 1962 US sl.
– a contemptible person FARTNOSE 1974 Amer. sl.
– a contemptible person FARTSNATCHER 1935 Amer. sl.
– a contemptible person GLOBULE 1988 UK sl.
– a contemptible person GUTS-ACHE 20C Aust. sl.
– a contemptible person HENRY THE THIRD 1968 Aust. rhyming sl. for ‘turd’
– a contemptible person KEECH 1985 Sc. sl.
– a contemptible person KVETCH;  KVETSCH 1964 US sl.
– a contemptible person KYE 1928 nautical usage
– a contemptible person MAGGOT L17 sl.
– a contemptible person MINGE 2001 UK sl.
– a contemptible person NERK;  NURK 1966 Brit. sl.
– a contemptible person OLD FARTNOSE 1981 Amer. sl.
– a contemptible person PIPSQUEAK 1910 sl.
 a contemptible person RAASHOLE 1959 W. Indies & Black British sl.
– a contemptible person RABBIT 1597
– a contemptible person SAD APPLE 1902 sl.
– a contemptible person SAD BIRD 1902 sl.
– a contemptible person SADFUCK 1997 UK sl.
– a contemptible person SAD SACK 1943 sl., chiefly US
– a contemptible person SCHMEGEGGE;  SCHMEGEGGY 1964 US sl.
– a contemptible person SCLATY-SCRAE Bk1904 Sc.
– a contemptible person SCUT;  SCUTT 1873 sl.
– a contemptible person SKITE 1808 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– a contemptible person SKUT 1873 sl.
– a contemptible person SLUG 1931
– a contemptible person SNICH 1910s sl.
– a contemptible person SNOT E17 sl.
– a contemptible person SNOTNOSE 1949 sl.
– a contemptible person SNOT-RAG 1973 sl.
– a contemptible person SNOTTERGOB Bk1875 Eng. dial.
– a contemptible person SNURGE 1933 sl.
– a contemptible person SOOR 1848 Anglo-Indian
– a contemptible person STINK 1916 sl.
– a contemptible person TICK 1631 sl.
– a contemptible person TINHORN SPORT 1906 US sl.
 a contemptible person TRIPE-HOUND 1923 sl.
 a contemptible person WARB 1959 Aust. sl.
 a contemptible person WART 1896 sl.
 a contemptible person WEENY 1964 US sl.
 a contemptible person WONK 1967 Aust. sl.
 a contemptible person; a base or abject person; a slave VASSAL 1589
 a contemptible person; a boor; anyone disliked or despised; a disagreeable or despicable person YUCK 1943 sl., orig. US
– a contemptible person; a cunning person; an untrustworthy person; SHNIDE 1950 UK sl.
– a contemptible person; a fool; a country bumpkin; also, a person who accepts political favours PIE EATER a1891 US sl. rare, derogatory
 a contemptible person; a good-for-nothing; a weak person ZOB 1911 US sl.
– a contemptible person; a little man HIONICK 1825 Sc.
– a contemptible person; a loser; a nerd DWEEB 1968 US sl.
– a contemptible person; a low or scurvy fellow; a coarse, idle, worthless fellow; a blackguard HALLION 1787 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– a contemptible person; a mean or low, vulgar fellow BEGGAR a1400
– a contemptible person; an AH, an asshole, a jerk; a person who behaves despicably ADAM HENRY Bk2006 US sl.
– a contemptible person; an idiot RAAS 1959 W. Indies & Black British sl.
 a contemptible person; an incompetent, ineffectual, foolish, or stupid person MOOK 1930 US & Caribbean colloq., derogatory
– a contemptible person; an ineffectual person SAD BASTARD 2003 UK sl.
– a contemptible person; an insignificant person SCRUFF 1968 Amer. dial.
 a contemptible person; an oaf WANG;  WHANG 20C US sl.
– a contemptible person; an obnoxious or foolish person FARTHOLE 1970 Amer. sl.
– a contemptible person; an unpleasant or despicable person, usually male; also, a fellow BLIGHTER 1896 Brit. sl.
 a contemptible person; an unpleasant person WRIST 1998 UK sl.
– a contemptible person; a rascal; a scoundrel; a good-for-nothing; a worthless or disorderly person TAISTREL Bk1873 Eng. dial.
– a contemptible person; a scoundrel; a term of disparagement YELLOW DOG 1881 US sl.
– a contemptible person; a sneak HEELER c1925 Amer. sl.
– a contemptible person; a stingy person SHEENY 1900 Amer. dial.
– a contemptible person; a stupid person; a dolt; a blockhead SKITBRAINS 1553
– a contemptible person; a term of disparagement THISTLE-DIGGER 1880 Amer. dial.
– a contemptible person; a toady, a sycophant POT-LICKER 1830 US sl.
– a contemptible person; chiefly applied to a French person SALAUD 1962 UK sl.
– a contemptible person, esp. if superficially flashy; a fool, usually referring to a small-time gambler TINHORN L19 sl.
 a contemptible person, irrespective of class or background YAP 1885 US sl.
 a contemptible person, irrespective of class or background YAPPO 1914 US sl.
– a contemptible person; one who is petty or mean SNITCH 1910s
– a contemptible person; used as a personal insult SNOUT-FACE 1923 sl.
– a contemptible person; used as a term of abuse DOG BREATH 2000 US sl.
 a contemptible, puny person; a stunted, ill-grown, and ill-conditioned person; dirty, insignificant person, esp. applied to children; a dwarfish person WARF 1818 Sc.
– a contemptible, small, or insignificant fellow DANDIPRAT;  DANDYPRAT 1556 obs. or arch.
– a contemptible, small person SAWN-OFF RUNT Bk1988 Aust. sl.
– a contemptible, small person; a mischievous, impudent, pert child; used as a term of contempt or dislike SMATCHET c1582 Sc.
– a contemptible, socially inadequate, or unfashionable person SADDO 1992 sl.
 a contemptible, stupid, foolish, unpleasant, or obnoxious person; a simpleton; an incompetent or weak person GIMP 1924 sl., orig. US, derogatory
 a contemptible, stupid, foolish, unpleasant, or obnoxious person GIMPY 1959 US sl., derogatory
– a contemptible, stupid, or despicable person FUCKBAG 1972 US sl.
– a contemptible, stupid, or despicable person FUCKBRAIN 1970 US sl.
– a contemptible, stupid, or despicable person FUCKHEAD 1962 US sl.
– a contemptible, stupid, or despicable person; a difficult, tough, or aggressive person; a stubborn, belligerent person; a despicable man HARD-ON 1958
– a contemptible, stupid, or incompetent person, esp. an ignorant loudmouth GOBSHITE M20 sl., chiefly Irish
– a contemptible, stupid, or inconsequential fellow; a thug BIMBO 1918 US sl.
 a contemptible, stupid, or irritating person; a person who behaves badly BUTTHOLE 1962 US sl.
– a contemptible, stupid, or obnoxious person; a person who behaves despicably DOUCHE 1968 sl., orig. US
 a contemptible, stupid, or obnoxious person; often used as a term of abuse BUTTMUNCH 1993 US sl.
 a contemptible, stupid, or stubborn person; a blockhead; an insincere person BUTTHEAD 1896 Amer. sl.
– a contemptible, stupid, or unpleasant person GRUNT 1977 Amer. sl.
– a contemptible, stupid, or unpleasant person MINCH 1928 Amer. sl.
– a contemptible, stupid, or unpleasant person; a fool ARSE c1785
– a contemptible, stupid person LUNCHMEAT 1970s US students’ sl.
– a contemptible, tedious person HERB 1990s US students’ sl.
– a contemptible, undersized wretch SNIRP Bk1903 sl.
– a contemptible, unpleasant, or cruel person NASTY PIECE OF WORK 1945
– a contemptible, unpleasant, or despicable person BITER 1709 sl.
– a contemptible, unpleasant, or objectionable person; a term of abuse GIT 1939 Brit. colloq.
– a contemptible, useless person BAGGOT 1892 Eng. dial.
– a contemptible woman MINGE BAG 1982 UK sl.
 a contemptible woman SCRUB-TURKEY 1950s Aust. sl.
– a contemptible, worthless person BUTT-WIPE 1971 Amer. sl.
– a contemptible, worthless person; a jerk or oaf; an incompetent do-nothing; a contemptuous term of address JERK-OFF 1968  Brit. & US sl.
– a contemptible, worthless person; a mean, base, cowardly fellow; a wretch HILDING 1601 arch.
– a contemptible, worthless person, esp. if also obsequious; one who curries favour; a toady ASS WIPE 1952 Amer. sl.
– a man or boy regarded as contemptible, unpleasant, or wretched DOG c1330
– a man who behaves in a contemptible or dishonourable way; someone worthless or despicable BLACKGUARD 1732
– an extremely contemptible or untrustworthy person LOUSE M17 sl.
– an utterly contemptible and mean person; a scamp; a conceited boaster SCOOT 1822 Sc.
– a person regarded as contemptible, disagreeable, or despicable ASS a1000
– a person who behaves contemptibly; a stupid, irritating, or despicable person ARSEHOLE 1928
 a person who on some account or other is regarded with contempt SKITE 1790
– a thoroughly contemptible or mean person SKUNK 1841 colloq.
 
CONTEMPT etc. – VERBS
 to be contemptible, awful, or unpleasant BITE 1975 US sl.
 to be contemptible, awful, or unpleasant BITE THE BIG ONE 1974 US sl.
 to behave in a contemptible way DINGO M20 Aust. sl.
– to behave with contempt SKIRP c1200 obs.
– to be regarded as contemptible, lowly, or foolish as to be unworthy or incapable of even the most menial or repugnant task NOT BE FIT TO CARRY GARBAGE TO A BEAR 1891 obs.;  NOT BE FIT TO CARRY GUTS TO A BEAR 1967;  NOT BE FIT TO CARRY OFFAL TO A BEAR
 to be utterly contemptible EAT SHIT 1942 US sl.
– to express contempt PISH 1598
– to express contempt for a man in a marked manner SIT UPON 1865 sl.
– to hold in contempt; to asperse with abuse, flame, flattery, praise, etc. BESPATTER 1644
– to indicate one’s contempt; to patronize, to talk down to TIN HAT 1910s Aust. sl.
– to regard or treat with contempt LOOK DOWN ONE’S NOSE 1921 sl.
– to regard or treat with contempt SNOOT 1928 US sl.
– to regard or treat with contempt THUMB ONE’S NOSE 1903 sl., orig. US
– to regard or treat with contempt TURN UP ONE’S NOSE 1818
 to show contempt or displeasure; to show indifference or dislike SHAKE ONE’S EARS 1583
– to show great contempt or scorn towards; to humiliate PISS ALL OVER 1986 sl.
– to show great contempt or scorn towards; to humiliate PISS ON 1951 sl.
– to show great contempt or scorn towards; to humiliate PISS UPON a1625 sl.
– to treat someone with contempt WALK (ALL) OVER M19 sl.
– to treat with contempt BITE BY THE NOSE 1602 obs.
– to treat with contempt FUTZ 1940s US sl.
– to treat with contempt as mere children; to scoff at, to scorn BABISH c1460 obs.
 to treat with contempt or derision; to show scorn by protruding one’s lip SHOOT OUT THE LIP 1826
 
CONTEMPT – TERM OF CONTEMPT
– a term of contempt A-HOLE 20C US sl.
– a term of contempt ARAB 1976 UK sl., derogatory and offensive
– a term of contempt ASSHOLE-BREATH 1960s US sl.
– a term of contempt BEAR-BRAT 1583
– a term of contempt BELL-KITE 1876 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt BILDERT Bk1898 Eng. dial. obs.
– a term of contempt BLACK GOB 1812 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt BRACHTON Bk1911 Sc.
– a term of contempt BUTTHOLE 1962 US sl.
– a term of contempt CATTLE Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– a term of contempt COOSE;  COOZE;  KUSE 1948 US sl.
– a term of contempt CROWBAIT Bk1942 Amer. West. sl.
– a term of contempt CRUBAN 1887 Sc.
– a term of contempt CUT-BACK Bk1942 Amer. West. sl.
– a term of contempt DRY FARMER Bk1942 Amer. West. sl.
– a term of contempt DUMB COW Bk1942 Amer. West. sl.
– a term of contempt DUMB OX Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– a term of contempt FARMER Bk1942 Amer. West. sl.
– a term of contempt FOX-WHELP c1374 obs.
– a term of contempt GROUSE a1637 obs. rare
– a term of contempt HANNIWING 1833 Sc.
– a term of contempt HORSE-TRADER Bk1942 Amer. West. sl.
– a term of contempt HOSS-TRADER Bk1942 Amer. West. sl.
– a term of contempt JACK Bk1896 sl.
– a term of contempt JEMMY B1900
– a term of contempt KALE-RUNT 1875 Sc.
– a term of contempt KALE-RUNTLE 1896 Sc.
– a term of contempt LADY Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt MANGY OLD SON OF A HORSE THIEF Bk1942 Amer. West. sl.
– a term of contempt MONK M19 sl.
– a term of contempt MOPE 20C Irish sl.
– a term of contempt MURKLE B1900 Sc.
– a term of contempt PANCRIDGE PARSON E17 sl.
– a term of contempt PODGREEN 1903 Irish sl.
– a term of contempt RED-EEL Bk1903 sl.
– a term of contempt SART-HEADED TOAD 1877 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt SAUNTRELL c1440 obs. rare
– a term of contempt SCAURABEE 1895 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt SCAVENER Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt SCISSORBILL;  SCISSORSBILL Bk1942 Amer. West. sl.
– a term of contempt SHEEPHERDER Bk1942 Amer. West. sl.
– a term of contempt SHEEP-KILLING DOG Bk1942 Amer. West. sl.
– a term of contempt SHITWIG 1889 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt SHULLOCK a1603 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt SIWASH Bk1942 Amer. West. sl.
– a term of contempt SLANTHEAD 1920s US sl.
– a term of contempt SNAKE 1597
– a term of contempt SNIPE E17 Brit.
– a term of contempt SNOOZER Bk1942 Amer. West. sl.
– a term of contempt SNOTTER-BOX 1864 Sc.
– a term of contempt SON OF A HORSE THIEF Bk1942 Amer. West. sl.
– a term of contempt SQUAW Bk1942 Amer. West. sl.
– a term of contempt SUCK-EGG DOG Bk1942 Amer. West. sl.
– a term of contempt TATIE-TOP Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt VARMINT Bk1942 Amer. West. sl.
– a term of contempt; a banker, a draper; a dealer in rags RAG-MERCHANT 1690
– a term of contempt; a base, despicable, or vile fellow; a bad fellow; a mean wretch; a scoundrel, a rascal CULLION 1575 obs.
– a term of contempta coarse, fat, unwieldy, idle woman FUSSOCK a1700 Eng. dial. & sl.
– a term of contempt; a ‘creature’ FEATURE c1460 obs.
– a term of contempta disreputable fellow; a rascal, a scamp SCARAMOUCH 1676
– a term of contempt, a dog’s ass D.A. 1970s African-American sl.
– a term of contempta fellow of low birth or rude manners; a base fellow; a churl CARL;  CARLE a1300 Sc. or arch.
– a term of contempta fierce-looking fellow KILLBUCK 1622 obs. rare
– a term of contempt; a fool; an incompetent FART-ARSE 1940s sl.
– a term of contempta foolish person; a buffoon BALLITRAUNT 1790 Eng. dial. obs.
– a term of contempt, a little impertinent person MIDGICRAW Bk1873 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempta lively, showy youth; a harm-scarum fellow; a worthless person BLICHAN Bk1911 Sc.
– a term of contempt; a low or scurvy fellow; an idle, worthless fellow HALLION 1789 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– a term of contempta male person of the ‘lower orders’, or of low condition or manners; an inferior person PAGE a1300 obs.
– a term of contempta mean fellow; a rascal, a scoundrel, a wretch SCROYLE 1595 obs.
– a term of contempt; a mean or low fellow BEGGAR a1300
– a term of contempt; a mean, paltry, or sneaking fellow; a starved or thin-faced person SNEAKBILL 1562 obs.
– a term of contempt’ a ‘milksop’; an effeminate man MAMMADAY 1589 obs.
– a term of contempta mischievous rogue; a rascal, an urchin WAG-PASTY a1553 obs.
– a term of contempt among Black persons for White men without landed property MEAN WHITE Bk1892 sl.
– a term of contemptan awkward, ill-tempered fellow TUTTLE B1900 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt: a needy beggar, a poor wretch; a base fellow, a mean, low person; a knave,  a rascal, a scoundrel BEZONIAN 1592 obs.
– a term of contemptan ignorant, rough woman GLOWBASON B1900 Eng. dial.
– a term of contemptan ill-favoured or ill-natured person PARTAN 1896 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt; an ill-natured, disobliging person PATCH 1900 Eng. dial.
– a term of contemptan imaginary official DOGPELTER 1859 Amer. dial.
 a term of contempt; an insignificant person ERK 1940s sl.
– a term of contemptan old crafty fox; a sly old fellow; a swaggering gallant or bully RUTTERKIN 1526 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt; an old fogey MUMPSIMUS 1575 obs.
– a term of contempt; a non-unionist ABAA 1903 sl.
– a term of contemptan undersized or little man MANNIE L17 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– a term of contemptan untidy woman, a drab DAB 1730
– a term of contempta person who rakes through or rakes up refuse, esp. in search of things which may be reused, sold, or recycled DUNGHILL RAKER 1591 rare
– a term of contempt; apparently, a miser CUM-TWANG 1599 obs.
– a term of contempt applied both to man and woman; an inferior person GEGGE;  GIGGE a1300 obs.
– a term of contempt applied esp. to an old woman KAIL RUNT a1779 Sc.
– a term of contempt applied to a lumpish, unwieldy person; a soft, ‘pudding-headed’ person; an indolent, do-nothing fellow HAGGIS 1822
– a term of contempt applied to a man POMPILLION a1625 obs. rare
– a term of contempt applied to a man or woman TINKLER 1786 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt applied to a man or woman, apparently originally connoting a country bumpkin MICHAEL 1866 Sc.
– a term of contempt applied to an enfeebled, tottering old man; a dotard, an old fool PANTALOON 1596-1600 obs.
– a term of contempt applied to an old man or woman RUNT Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– a term of contempt applied to a person CARGO 1602 obs.
– a term of contempt applied to a person TRUNDLE-TAIL 1614 obs. or arch.
– a term of contempt applied to a person of either sex JADE Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt applied to a person who has no ‘backbone’ WILLY-WALLY 1822 Sc.
– a term of contempt applied to a stupid, silly fellow TIMDOODLE 1806 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt applied to a woman, esp. a woman of loose or slovenly habits BESOM 1790 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt applied to both men and women; a braggadocia SCOOT; SKOOT 1822 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt applied to both sexes; an outcast DADGEON;  DAJON 1882 Sc. obs.
– a term of contempt applied to boys and young men BEDLAMER Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt applied to one who is slow or behindhand with work MIDNIGHT Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt applied to persons KOLFACTOR Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– a term of contempt applied to women FUSBY 1707 obs.
– a term of contempt applied to women JADE 1560 sl.
– a term of contempta puny person BODY Bk1911 Sc.
– a term of contempta scoundrel; a rascal; a worthless fellow HOUNDSFOOT 1710 obs.
– a term of contempta self-important little man; a person of consequence COCKALORUM c1715
– a term of contempta shrivelled, dwarfish person; an ill-tempered or unmanageable child BLASTIE Bk1911 Sc.
– a term of contempta silly, affected person; a young woman NANNICOCK 1600 obs. rare
– a term of contempta small person BLIGHAN Bk1911 Sc.
– a term of contempta small, contemptible person; a mischievous, impudent, pert child SMATCHET c1582 Sc.
– a term of contempt; a sneaky, despised, underhanded person; a lurking danger SNAKE IN THE GRASS 1696 colloq.
​- a term of contempt, a son of a bitch; an unpleasant or disagreeable person COWSON 20C Brit. sl.
– a term of contempta stammering or blundering fool MAFFLARD c1450 obs.
– a term of contempt; a surly, ill-bred, low, or cowardly fellow CUR 1600
– a term of contempta talkative child or woman; a scold MAGPIE 1844 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt; a thin, pinched, or childish face; one who has a thin, pinched face; a puny child with a little face; a pitiful, wretched, sneaking fellow CHITTY-FACE 1601 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– a term of contempta vulgar, brutal, aggressive, or violent person ANIMAL 1892 Amer. sl.
– a term of contempta weakling MOLLYPUFF E17 sl.
– a term of contempta weakling MULLIPUFF;  MULLYPUFF E17 sl.
– a term of contempta wench, a jade, a doxy, a drab, a scold CALLET 1820 Sc. obs.
– a term of contempta woman HARLOT c1485 rare
– a term of contempta worthless fellow DUGON 1507 Sc. obs.
– a term of contempt for a banker RAGMAN 1821
– a term of contempt for a bedfellow BED-FAGGOT 19C Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for a bow-legged person BOWLIE Bk1911 Sc.
– a term of contempt for a cannibal, slave-dealer, brigand, or the like MAN-HUNTER 1555
– a term of contempt for a child BILCH Bk1898 Sc.
– a term of contempt for a child BAGGIT 1789 Sc.
– a term of contempt for a child; a brat BELSHACH Bk1911 Sc.
– a term of contempt for a crooked person BOWSIE Bk1911 Sc.
– a term of contempt for a dastardly fellow, a worthless, dishonourable or despicable man PALLAWA 1825 Sc.
– a term of contempt for a dependant or hanger-on HANG-BY 1579 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for a despised person FUCK-SHIT 20C US
– a term of contempt for a diminutive person MESSET Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for a disliked male LOUSE-BAG 20C Brit. sl.
– a term of contempt for a disliked person YAZZIHAMPER 20C US sl.
– a term of contempt for a fat or pertinacious person BAWSON 1607 arch.
– a term of contempt for a fellow WAG 1792 Sc. obs.
– a term of contempt for a fool; a simpleton SAM-DINGLE Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for a henpecked husband MINNIE’S-MAN 1806 Sc.
– a term of contempt for a Highlander; a bare-legged person RED-SHANK 1817 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for a jealous or bossy or bad-tempered, unpleasant old woman GRIMALKIN 1798
– a term of contempt for a killjoy SAD KECKS 1999 UK sl.
– a term of contempt for a lady’s man LADY-MONGER 1597
– a term of contempt for a living person, one no better than carrion CARRION 1547-64 obs.
– a term of contempt for a male; the equivalent of ‘bastard’ WHORESON c1330 arch.
– a term of contempt for a man ANATOMY 1885 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for a man ATOMY 1883 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for a man BATIE Bk1911 Sc.
– a term of contempt for a man BAWTY 19C Sc.
– a term of contempt for a man JOHN JILLETS 1844 Sc.
– a term of contempt for a man NOTOMIZE 1858 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for a man SACK 1835 Sc. obs.
– a term of contempt for a man; a disreputable fellow CAWLIE 1789 Sc.
– a term of contempt for a needy beggar; a base, worthless fellow, a low, vulgar person BESOGNIO;  BESONIO 1603 obs.
– a term of contempt for an empty braggart PUCKFIST 1599
– a term of contempt for an ignorant person; a prating blockhead JABBERKNOWL;  JABBERNOWL 1790 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for an impertinent fellow YACKEY-YAA Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for an individual CACK 1970s sl.
– a term of contempt for an inferior or worthless person or thing ARTICLE Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for an old man BOOL Bk1911 Sc.
– a term of contempt for a non-homosexual male FAGGOT;  FAGOT 20C US sl.
– a term of contempt for a non-homosexual male FAIRY 20C US sl.
– a term of contempt for any female LIMMER 1720 Sc.
– a term of contempt for anyone MAWKIN 1819 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for anything HAGGIS-BAG 1844 Sc.
– a term of contempt for a person BLICHAM Bk1911 Sc.
– a term of contempt for a person BOUL Bk1911 Sc.
– a term of contempt for a person FARL Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for a person FARTBREATH 1974 Amer. sl.
– a term of contempt for a person FART-BUSTER 1959 Amer. sl.
– a term of contempt for a person FART-HAMMER 1970 Amer. sl.
– a term of contempt for a person FART-KNOCKER 1952 Amer. sl.
– a term of contempt for a person JABART;  JABBARD 1949 Sc.
– a term of contempt for a person LONG-LUGS a1748 Sc.
– a term of contempt for a person OLD FART-HAMMER 1970 Amer. sl.
– a term of contempt for a person OLD FART-KNOCKER 1952 Amer. sl.
– a term of contempt for a person PADDOCK a1450
– a term of contempt for a person PADGETTY-POW 1873 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for a person PARTAN FACE 1895 Sc.
– a term of contempt for a person POSSUM-GUTS Bk1892 Aust. sl.
– a term of contempt for a person RABBIT 1597
– a term of contempt for a person SCRAG-PIECE 1879 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for a person SKIN 1825
– a term of contempt for a person TOWFUD 1875 Sc.
– a term of contempt for a person VELVET HEAD 1630 obs.
– a term of contempt for a person YARB Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for a person; a cheat, a scoundrel, a traitor, a coward DINGO 1928 Aust. sl.
– a term of contempt for a person; an inferior person BABION 1624 obs.
– a term of contempt for a person; an obnoxious or despicable person, esp. a self-important nonentity SNOT E17 sl.
– a term of contempt for a person; esp. one who scratches like a cat; a spiteful or backbiting woman CAT a1225
– a term of contempt for a person, generally implying surliness, uncouthness, or clumsiness in build or movements; a rough, boorish person SAGAN 1904 Sc.
– a term of contempt for a person who is the reverse of beautiful; an impertinent, an unmanageable person; one who is incompetent; used ironically BEAUTY Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for a person who you don’t think much of CAPE MAY GOODY 1968 Amer. dial.
– a term of contempt for a showily vain or fashionable person; a coxcomb, a dandy PHYSBUTTOCKE 1570 obs.
– a term of contempt for a silly woman MADGE 1814 Sc.
– a term of contempt for a small, insignificant person MESSAN Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for a sneak or a sloven JACK NASTY 1857
– a term of contempt for a stranger LAVERICK Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– a term of contempt for a stupid person FUSSOCK 1740 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for a stupid person; a blockhead A PIECE OF WOOD 1705 obs.
– a term of contempt for a tailor JAG-THE-FLEA 1786 Sc.
– a term of contempt for a tall, slender person KALE-WORM Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for a thin, slight man; a man of shrivelled and shrunken form ELF-SKIN 1596 obs.
– a term of contempt for a White person YOKEL M20 African-American sl.
– a term of contempt for a woman FLY-BY-NIGHT 18C colloq.
– a term of contempt for a woman MADAM Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for a woman MARE 1303
– a term of contempt for a woman MIVVY L19 sl.
– a term of contempt for a woman NOTHING-ASS BITCH 1972 US sl.
– a term of contempt for a woman OLD STEG 1800 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for a woman; a dirty, slovenly woman MIDDEN Bk1905 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for a woman; a gaudily-dressed woman FALLAL Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for a woman; a woman of low associates; a loud, scolding woman TINKLER’S WOMAN Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt for a woman, esp. one of slovenly habits or a vicious nature YAD Bk1905 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 a term of contempt for a woman, generally applied to a  prostitute BED-FAGGOT M19 sl.
– a term of contempt for a woman or girl MINX Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– a term of contempt for a worthless person FART 1669
– a term of contempt for a worthless person or thing HAAYEZ 1929 Sc.
– a term of contempt for a young man SKIPPER 1596 rare
– a term of contempt for a young person EGG 1605
– a term of contempt for a young person QUAT 1604 obs.
– a term of contempt for one considered wanting in gentlemanly breeding; a vulgar, ill-bred fellow; an oaf; a dunce; a lout, a clown CLINCHPOOP 1568 obs.
– a term of contempt from one male to another WHORE 19C sl.
– a term of contempt, more usually applied to a woman than to a man; a worthless person JABELL B1900 obs.
– a term of contempt, now generally applied to an offensively ill-bred person, irrespective of social position CAD Bk1891 sl.
– a term of contempt or abuse; a knave, a rogue CUST 1535 Sc. obs.
– a term of contempt or abuse; a sod, an annoying or unpleasant person HADDOCK 1831 UK rhyming sl., ‘haddock and cod’
– a term of contempt or abuse for an old woman; a shrill-voiced old woman RIBIBE c1386 obs.
– a term of contempt or derision LUBBER-COCK B1900 Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt or disparagement; a term of address LAMES 1950s African-American sl.
– a term of contempt or opprobrium ELF 1811 Sc.
– a term of contempt or reproach applied to a person; a contemptible fellow; a mean wretch or villain DOG-BOLT 1465 obs.
– a term of contempt or reproach applied to women and children; a slattern; a worthless woman FACKET 19C Eng. dial.
– a term of contempt or reproach applied to women and children; a slattern, a worthless woman FAGGOT;  FAGOT 1591
– a term of contempt or reproach: apparently a heavy, stupid, spiritless or cowardly fellow DRUGGLE 1611 obs.
– a term of contempt or vituperation used with no implication of dishonesty; a rascal, a scamp THIEF 1827 Sc.
– a term of contempt to a child, implying the idea of dishonourable conduct DIGGOT 19C Sc.
– a term of contempt to a man MARMOSET a1500 obs.
– a term of contempt to a woman; a fat woman; a mangy or scabby animal RONYON 1605
– a term of contempt, whether of people or things CACKBAG 1950s sl.
– a term of contempt with the implication of unattractiveness BUTTFACE 1970s US sl.


CONTEMPTUOUS, CONTEMPTUOUSLY – ADJECTIVES
contemptuous, disdainful, scornful SAUCY 1786 Sc.
contemptuous, insolent HUBRISTIC 1831 rare
contemptuous, opprobrious; full of despite, contempt, or ill-will DESPITEOUS a1340 arch.
contemptuous, scornful SNIFFY 1871 sl.
contemptuous, sneering; disdainful SNIDEY 1964 UK sl.
contemptuous, spoiled, pettish, sullen, sulky, easily offended, ill-humoured; haughty, conceited, proud, stubborn DORTY a1605 Sc.
haughtily contemptuous or superior EYEGLASSY 1871 colloq. rare

CONTEMPTUOUS etc. – ADVERBS
contemptuously SUFFICIENTLY 1893

CONTEMPTUOUS etc. – NOUNS
contemptuousness; haughtiness OVERLINESS 1610 obs.
contemptuous or reproachful language; reviling, insult ABUSION 1382 obs.

CONTEMPTUOUS etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
a contemptuous person COOTIE-HEART 1920s US sl.
a contemptuous, worthless, or good-for-nothing fellow; a good-tempered scamp; a ne’er-do-well; a scapegrace, a blackguard; a rascal SCALAWAG 1848
a contemptuous, worthless person GILLIE-WET-FOOT 1681 Sc. obs.
a contemptuous, worthless person GILLIE-WHITE-FOOT 1681 Sc. obs.

CONTEMPTUOUS etc. – VERBS
to look contemptuously SCANCE 1883 Sc.
to speak contemptuously or abusively of or to; to reproach; to vilify OPPROBRIATE 1649 rare
to treat contemptuously; to subject to disgrace or ignominy; to vilify BAUCHLE c1470 Sc. obs.
to treat someone or something contemptuously or derisively COCK A SNOOK 1791 sl.