1. stupid, gullible.
|implied in chumphead under chump n.|
|Atlanta Constitution 29 Aug. 42/3: The underworld saw John Burglar metamorphose overnight from a ‘chump copper’ to a precinct captain reputed to be a ‘wise guy’.|
|Eve. Star (Wash., DC) 14 Mar. 61/2: The chump brother-in-law of Mr Robert.|
|Barney Google [comic strip] I ain’t gonna get wheeled around in a ‘chump chariot’.|
|(con. 1920s) Studs Lonigan (1936) 379: He wished it was over or that he hadn’t been chump enough to let himself in for such a thing.Young Manhood in|
|Jones Men 9: That’s how he got over so quick, robbing these little chump people.|
|Pimp’s Rap 165: Well, chump-ass nigger, ‘What’s it gonna be, snake eyes or seven eleven?’.|
2. unsophisticated, second-rate, provincial.
|Runyon on Broadway (1954) 333: The upshot of thousands of other cases since chump dolls commence coming to Broadway.‘Undertaker Song’ in|
|Pimp 98: Get out of town and be a good pimp in a chump town.|
|Jones Men 6: Joe used to rayfield a chump bag dude too.|
|Drylongso 214: I’m not talking about the little five-thousand-dollar chump change-pushers, but I mean the ones that are making the millions.|
|Et Tu, Babe (1993) 39: No chasing Iron Man Wang and his posse of hot-wired sex freaks around the world. That’s chump shit, man.|
|You Got Nothing Coming 217: The minute I finish this chump-ass bid in Nevada thy’ll be coming to take me back to finish out my time in the Kansas pen.|