1. [11C+] a piece of excrement; thus dog turd
2. [1990s+] (US) a black person.
3. [late 15C+] (also turdy-gut) an unappealing person, or object.
4. see dog turd
[1930s+] unpleasant, obnoxious.
[early 17C] covered in excrement, or generally disgusting.
1. canine excrement.
2. [1960s+] (also turd) a large cigar [lit. resemblance].
3. [1980s+] an obnoxious person or thing; also attrib. [fig. resemblance].
lit. a ball of excrement, used as a derog. descriptor.
[2010s] a general term of abuse .
[2000s+] a general term of abuse; lit. one whose breath stinks of excrement.
[2000s] (Aus.) a term of abuse.
1. [1960s+] (orig. Aus.) a homosexual man; thus turd-burgling n. and adj.
2. attrib. use of sense 1.
[1990s+] (US campus) the buttocks; the anus.
see turd-strangling adj.
[2000s+] a self-aggrandising fool, devoid of self-knowledge; a lickspittle.
[late 18C] breeches.
[1940s+] a term of abuse.
[1960s] (US) a yokel, a peasant.
[1930s+] (orig. US) a homosexual.
[1980s] (US campus) an unappealing and stupid person.
[1970s+] a homosexual; thus punch turds v.
[2000s] (US) a homosexual.
see separate entries.
[late 17C–mid-19C] said of those whose relationship fluctuates violently, they are either the closest of friends or the deepest of enemies.
[1990s+] (Aus.) extremely unpopular.
an insignificant individual.
[19C+] to excrete.
[late 18C–early 19C] excellent, first-rate, very fine.
[late 19C+] (Can.) said of a particularly mean person.
see under steam n.
see separate entry.
[1980s+] to work, talk etc, unsuccessfully, against the odds.
[1920s+] (orig. US) to terrify.
[mid-17C–19C] a general phr. of dismissal, i.e. go to hell.
[1990s+] (US) a general term of abuse; also attrib.
[mid-16C–mid-17C] go to hell! (and stay there).