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i)ugly person
ii)a women dressed up especially for a night a revelment, but who still looks abhorrent.

Wild examples are not uncommon, natural habitats include wetherspoons and yates wine lodge.
Chris was going through a lean patch, could a bog trotter appease his want?
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A derogatory term for a large group of inept northerrn UK mountain bikers, the sort who need to pad up to ride off a kerb, and get off and push up it. While this could be covered by the term "all the gear no idea", the important distinction is the sheer number of these bikers-cum-walkers gathered together in one place blocking the trail for people who can actually ride and making the case for more relaxed gun laws in the UK.

See also singletrackworld.
"So many people turned up to ride last night it nearly turned into a bogtrotters ride."
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A person that loves cake and is capable of eating it in large quantities.

This use of the word originates from the character Bruce Bogtrotter from Roald Dahl's Matilda, who steals a piece of The Trunchbull's chocolate cake, and is consequently required to eat the whole thing as punishment (but he manages this without too much difficulty, to the Trunchbull's annoyance).
by Mrs D December 14, 2006
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A women with square like feet that could often be described as trotters, she will use these to help her β€˜trot’ through bogs whilst working outdoors and around bogs. A bogtrotter is not to be trusted
Bogtrotter come here, I’ve got some work for you todo
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Bawg-trau-ter
Origianlly a very derogatory word for an Irishman, not always used as an insult nowadays.
in the 1700s-1800s, the English often referred to the Irish they oppressed as "uncivilized bogtrotters", as the English have historically had the habit of calling anyone of a different nationality "uncivilized".
by El_Haggis September 12, 2006
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