Bloke



man; fellow; guy.
Historical Examples

A Pair of Clogs Amy Walton
An Old Meerschaum David Christie Murray
The Story of Baden-Powell Harold Begbie
Ambrotox and Limping Dick Oliver Fleming
Tales of Mean Streets Arthur Morrison
With Haig on the Somme D. H. Parry
A Student in Arms Donald Hankey
Frank Merriwell’s Races Burt L. Standish
Bowery Life Chuck Connors
My Friend Smith Talbot Baines Reed

noun
(Brit & Austral) an informal word for man
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