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arsed a Cp PARTRIDGE ragged-arse adj.
   Comb flat-arsed: of a tin kettle, with flat bottom and bevelled sides; cp PIPER.
   T 50/1-64 [They] cook their fish an' boil their kettle—pipers, they call them—little flat-arsed tin kettles with a bib on 'em.
   ragged-arsed: tattered; disreputable.
   1973 PINSENT 18 Why this girl, with a car of her own ... still wanted that ragged-arsed individual I wouldn't take time to figure out. P 245-80 Mr Smallwood used to refer to his Confederate supporters with rueful affection as 'the ragged-arsed artillery.'

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