from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A fellow; a guy.
- noun A dunce; a fool.
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- noun slang A
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- noun a man who is a stupid incompetent fool
- noun an informal term for a youth or man
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Let me take a wild guess and say that this bozo is a Republican.
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This bozo is a perfect example of the dubm-butt's who led us through that nighmare.
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Since this bozo is a fan of the former co-president (hillary). .who was fully informed on intell along with the serial groper. .all had agreed that Saddam was a threat ... its just that bill was more interested in bj's and campaign mooey from communist china than in protecting our country.
You've got to love the bozo from the Heritage Foundation who's worried that the Chinese might get national security secrets by buying Hummer -- like Hummers haven't been available overseas for the past fifteen years.
This bozo is just grasping for straws right now, and it is obvious. karen
So this bozo is head of the Republican governors of the South?
Coakley of course in Mass was a "weak" candidate, while who ever this bozo is in Florida (realize NO ONE even knew there was an election) who lost, was of course some strong candidate I suppose?
Now the bozo is trying to plead guilty, probably thinking he will have the 70 virgins waiting for him upon execution.
Gramm’s a bozo; is this what a Phd in Economics gets you?
Also, the many of the moderators have tried to "outshine" the candidates or to make the news, like russert and this bozo, which is really pathetic.
vanishedone commented on the word bozo
From a page on the Latin fourth declension: 'When Latin borrows nouns, say from Greek, or perhaps through a time warp from English, these nouns may have somewhat creative declensions. Humez and Humez give the following: bozo, bozus. nm., clown.'
May 2, 2008
reesetee commented on the word bozo
WeirdNet, what about a woman who is a stupid incompetent fool? Boza, perhaps?
May 2, 2008