Definition of douchebag in English:

douchebag

noun

  • 1A small syringe for douching the vagina, especially as a contraceptive measure.

  • 2North American informal An obnoxious or contemptible person, typically a man.

    • ‘Okay - this cab driver is either a total douche bag or hasn't been driving as long as he says or both.’
    • ‘Actually, they just acted like douche bags.’
    • ‘‘Matt is the biggest douche bag in the world,’ Lily confirmed, shedding her coat and draping it over a chair.’
    • ‘Who is the douche bag pasting up those goddamn ‘OBEY’ posters in our fair city?’
    • ‘The douche bags shot to stratospheric heights of superstardom, and I cringed every time I turned on Saturday Morning Live or Video Hits.’
    • ‘Why do you date that douchebag?’
    • ‘Don't you know how she went crying to Noel because you're such a douche bag?’
    • ‘He leaned in closer to her and whispered in her ear, ‘You could do so much better than that douche bag.’’
    • ‘This illiterate douchebag just can't it through his thick head that he's in the wrong.’
    • ‘Well, Bill, the resident douche bag and bully, tried to grab my clothes and flush them down the toilet.’
    • ‘When I read posts like this, I really have to wonder, does this douchebag honestly think that this is going to work?’
    • ‘If that douche bag decided to think about the future instead of the present then none of this would be a problem.’
    • ‘Some douche bag pilfers one of my drumsticks and then has the balls to ask me to sign it.’
    • ‘But that douchebag Ron wasn't returning any of my phone calls.’
    • ‘There are several posts this week on Missed Connections that I think amply back up my hypothesis that all men are douche bags.’
    • ‘She used to be close friends with everyone in the band before they were famous, but even before they were big, she thought the lead singer was a douche bag.’
    • ‘The guy is a huge douche bag.’
    • ‘These are your typical nouveau riche douche bags bellyaching about how their ritzy lives as actresses, models, investment bankers, and hotshot video directors just don't fulfill their inner child.’
    • ‘If you needed anymore evidence that this guy is a douchebag then there it is.’
    • ‘My daughter overheard and then called her brother a douchebag at which point a fight a broke out.’

Pronunciation:

douchebag

/ˈduːʃbaɡ/