Definition of asshat
- pejorative metaphoric adjective; refers to those who have their heads up their asses - metaphorically speaking; as in short sighted, dimwitted or asinine or self-absorbed persons
"That selfish asshat doesn't give a damn about anyone but himself."
- general derogatory term for a person; "idiot"; "moron"; "loser".
Citation from "The Rocker in the Rinse Cycle", Bones (TV), Season 5 Episode 19 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
- a person who behaves in an offensive, pompous manner; "jerk".
Citation from "He's Dead, She's Dead", Castle (TV, 2010), Season 3 Episode 2 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
Citation from "Pilot", Reaper (TV, 2007), Season 1 Episode 1 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
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