Definition of pissant
You annoying little
Last edited on Jan 14 1998. Submitted by
Emily M. from UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, USA
on Jan 14 1998.
Adj. - Small, insignificant, worthless and irritating. N. - One who exhibits these qualities. Also: piss ant.
Let's blow this
Last edited on Jul 07 1998. Submitted by
Kevyn J. from Manhattan, KS, USA
on Jul 07 1998.
This word is used to describe someone that did something that annoys you.
He is such a
Last edited on Apr 14 1999. Submitted by
Allison from CA, USA
on Apr 14 1999.
noun, derogatory name usually used playfully.
Stop that, you
Last edited on Nov 30 2001. Submitted by
on Nov 30 2001.
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