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barearse

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EtymologyEdit

bare +‎ arse

AdjectiveEdit

barearse (not comparable)

  1. Alternative spelling of bare-arse
    • 1985, Robert E. Knoll, Intimate Fragments: An Irreverent Chronicle of Early Halifax, Nimbus Publishing Limited (1985), →ISBN, page 58:
      I am sure he counts every bawling barearse babe as a prospective patient.
    • 2003 May 15, Kevin Hendrikssen, “Re: Vote Out Carlo”, in aus.tv, Usenet[1]:
      Did you see him sitting barearse in the sink? He is disgusting.
    • 2010, Blake Bailey, Cheever: A Life, Vintage Books (2010), →ISBN, page 486:
      This had the usual lowering effect on Cheever's morale: "I am in a very bad or self-destructive mood," he wrote in January 1974. "M[ary] leaves at seven, long before daybreak these days. I stir somewhat later, drink coffee barearse, get sauced and never approach this machine with the clear eye and the clear head that I need []

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