Green’s Dictionary of Slang

dung n.

[mid-18C tailors’ jargon dung, a tailor who accepts the master’s terms without argument, or who works when his fellows are striking; the dung is ‘soft’ (and disgusting), while the union man, the flint, is ‘hard’ (and admirable)]

[late 18C–19C] a workman who accepts less than union wages; thus a strike-breaker.

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In compounds

dung-puncher (n.) (also dung-pusher)

[1960s+] (Aus.) a derog. term for a male homosexual.

dung-stabber (n.)

[1990s+] the penetrative partner in anal sex.

In phrases