(US) a general term of abuse: wretched, damnable.
|(con. 1969–70) F.N.G. (1988) 2: ‘Fall out!’ Some prick lieutenant screams it like his echo is the only thing he’s ever heard.|
|Rivethead (1992) 53: It was all very funny and that prick minute hand would buzz by in circles.|
|Clockers 495: We had this prick captain who made us go all the way to eight a.m.|
|The Force [ebook] ‘Torres was his usual prick self’.|