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A fat person, especially one with large buttocks.‘just about every lard-arse I saw had fried chicken or burger and chips’
layabout, good-for-nothing, sluggard, slug, laggardView synonyms
- ‘I can eat as much as I want, and I could become a lard-ass, I suppose.’
- ‘Seating here consists of old wooden benches, which means a lard-arse like myself can plonk himself down.’
- ‘Of course, just about every lard-arse I saw had fried chicken or burger and chips or a plethora of sugar-filled fizzy drinks.’
- ‘And no, it was not self-inflicted; I was not a chocolate-eating lard-arse who brought it on herself.’
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