Caveman



noun (pl) -men
a man of the Palaeolithic age; cave dweller
(informal, facetious) a man who is primitive or brutal in behaviour, etc
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A strong, crude man, esp one who is sexually rough and masterful; macho (1900s+)
A strong hitter or slugger (1920s+ Prizefight)

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