"soft-horn" Definition

  1. a simpleton; literally a donkey, whose ears, the substitutes of horns, are soft.

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Position in the dictionary: 3316 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: soft-sawder, soft-soap, soft-tack, soft-tommy, soiled doves, sold, sold up, soldier, something damp, son of a gun
Previous words in the dictionary: soft, sodom, socket-money, sockdolager., sock into him, sock, social evil, sober-water, soap, soaker

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