Scunge



verb
1.
to borrow
noun
2.
a dirty or worthless person
3.
a person who borrows, esp habitually
noun

a dirty or despicable person or place
Examples

Look at that old scunge on the park bench.
Word Origin

1912
Usage Note

derogatory slang
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