noun, plural jug·gins·es. Chiefly British.
Origin of juggins
Examples from the Web for juggins
Historical Examples of juggins
He'll borrow money from any juggins who is ass enough to lend it to him.The Opal Serpent
It was new to Juggins, and it used to give him awful gripes, but he stuck to it like a man.
Go to sleep, Juggins, old man, the tapioca has gone to your head.
And Dennis yelled: "Bob, you juggins, do you want to do the lot of us in?"With Haig on the Somme
D. H. Parry
To do this decently Juggins decided to make a carpenter's bench.Behind the Beyond