(Brit, old-fashioned) a person or chap
(Brit, old-fashioned) the nose
(Scot) an extreme example of its kind
(Brit, old-fashioned) excellent; most attractive
Historical Examples

He didn’t sky the wiper when his beezer was bleeding, anyway!
The Story of Louie Oliver Onions

He recked nothing of his bunged optic and the claret that flowed from his beezer.
The Story of Louie Oliver Onions

As she clung (as it were) to the ropes, Louie let her have it (so to speak) on the beezer.
The Story of Louie Oliver Onions

They also suggested that he beat Peter’s ears off, flatten his beezer and knock all his teeth down his throat.
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The nose (1915+ Prizefight)


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