Stevie bought a bottle of Bell's whiskey at the station and had arsed the lot by the time the train rolled into Waverley.
(from Trainspotting)
by Jean de Lettonie April 05, 2004
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An expression of arse, populated by the BBC show 'The Fast Show'.
by Anonymous June 26, 2003
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A speaker of the British dialect of English who cannot define the word arse without being snarky and condescending to the good people of the nation who saved their arses in WWII.
You, sir, are an arsehole.
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Acronym: Asheville Recreational Sports Elite. A group individuals competing in Recreational Sports such as Putt-
Putt golf, Ping-Pong, and bowling while enjoying alcoholic beverages and eachother's company. Founded by Libby Endry and Richard Berg on Thursday September 28th, 2006.
"Hey, are you playing in the Big A.R.S.E. Classic putt-putt tournament on Wednesday?"
by Richard Berg October 06, 2006
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Spoken in a posh english accent, it can be used to describe a person as being an idiot.
Lord Rumsford: "I say Jeeves, I asked for a bottle of Château Margaux 1978, not 1977 you complete arse!"
Jeeves: "Very good sir"
by Manx bloke October 27, 2006
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An alternative to 'ass'; often used in places where profanity is not acceptable i.e. work, church, etc.
You are such an arse!!
by Johnesia July 05, 2005
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