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In one, by Caitlin Flanagan, the rioters were depicted as dumb slobs.
"I like it that way, you suspicious slob," Art Kuzak chuckled.
THE PLANET STRAPPERSRAYMOND ZINKE GALLUN
Roughing it is making the best of it; only a slob and a chump goes dirty and has a sloppy-looking camp.
Edouard was a lecher and a slob, and I have no doubt he got everything he deserved, but we have no notion who killed him.
THE EYES HAVE ITGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
Pal Arthur is all very well, but at bossing a bit of a slob.
Slob; a soft fat quiet simple-minded girl or boy:—'Your little Nellie is a quiet poor slob': used as a term of endearment.
No, indeed; Miss Jamison was anything but a "slob," as one soon found out who had occasion to deal with her very long.
THE LONG DAYDOROTHY RICHARDSON
For a time stretching beyond the memory of man the reclamation of what is called the Clare "slob" has been talked about.
DISTURBED IRELANDBERNARD H. BECKER
But it was seen long ago that something could be done with the Fergus "slob" if anybody could be found to do anything.
DISTURBED IRELANDBERNARD H. BECKER
Yet the small peasant cultivators on an islet near Islandavanna flatly refused to work at the "slob."
DISTURBED IRELANDBERNARD H. BECKER

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