Origin of slob
Words nearby slob
How to use slob in a sentence
While in the embassy, he fathered two children with Moris and where he was apparently a slob who aggravated the staff.Julian Assange Expected to Be Sent to the U.S. for Blockbuster Trial After Appeal Court Defeat|Barbie Latza Nadeau|December 10, 2021|The Daily Beast
In one, by Caitlin Flanagan, the rioters were depicted as dumb slobs.The demographic divergence that helps explain perceptions of the Capitol rioters|Philip Bump|January 14, 2021|Washington Post
Yet a man in a yacht is given preference over the poor slob in his car.Sunshine: Florida’s Fraught Relationship With the Truth|Jim DeFede|March 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I think you could make a case that Chuck Hagel is not an anti-Semite, but he has been—and may still be—a slob.
Don Draper is an inarticulate slob compared to Richard Dawson.
"I like it that way, you suspicious slob," Art Kuzak chuckled.The Planet Strappers|Raymond Zinke Gallun
Roughing it is making the best of it; only a slob and a chump goes dirty and has a sloppy-looking camp.The Book of Camp-Lore and Woodcraft|Dan Beard
Edouard was a lecher and a slob, and I have no doubt he got everything he deserved, but we have no notion who killed him.The Eyes Have It|Gordon Randall Garrett
Pal Arthur is all very well, but at bossing a bit of a slob.
Slob; a soft fat quiet simple-minded girl or boy:—'Your little Nellie is a quiet poor slob': used as a term of endearment.English As We Speak It in Ireland|P. W. Joyce