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Definition of doorknob


  • a moron, a foolish person. May well be regional, as I've heard it in western Canada but not elsewhere.
    He is such a doorknob!

    Last edited on Apr 02 2013. Submitted by Garry S. from Edmonton, AB, Canada on Mar 09 2003.


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