And the costs of litigation amount to chump change for guys who count their net worth in nine and 10 figures.
But he also wants to avoid being made to look like a chump, as repeatedly happened in his first term.
No wonder Cindy and husband, Doug Hampton, demanded money from this chump.
Mrs. chump sighed heavily, crumpling the notes, that the crisp sweet sound might solace her for the hard condition.
It's only a chump pitcher who keeps the ball over the pan all the time.
Both Cornelia and Arabella breathed more freely when they had heard Mrs. chump's tale to an end.
Why were you such a chump as to turn your back on him like that?
Then I would go to a slap-up restaurant, and have green peas, and a bottle of fizz, and a chump chop—O!
The news brought to her was that a lady of the name of Mrs. chump was below.
"chump," said Stover, feeling all at once the tightness of his vest.
1703, "short, thick lump of wood," akin to Old Norse kumba "block of wood." Meaning "blockhead" is first attested 1883. Chump change attested by 1950.
: The honest, hardworking immigrant was a chump game
A stupid person, esp a dupe; sucker: I look like a chump these days (1877+)
: You were chumped, Donna Rice and Marla Trump (1920s+)
[origin unknown; perhaps an alteration of chunk referring to blockheadedness]