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- noun Someone who has failed in an
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GCSE flunker Angelique delivers her withering verdict on new politics teacher Alastair Campbell Jamie's Dream School, 9pm, Wed, Channel 4.
James Franco has been my favorite in these films; it's obvious he's had enormous fun playing the character who goes from high school flunker to monomaniacal business mogul.
Hillary was an undistinguished lawyer the smartest woman in the world but a bar exam flunker largely trading on hubby's clout, then a housewife, and then a 1+ term Senator of middling at best accomplishment.
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Lucius Cassius, alias The Roman, master of the Latin line and distinguished flunker of boys.
The Varmint Owen Johnson 1915
What a revenge that would be, the proud and haughty Roman, the greatest flunker of them all, the Roman of the caustic tongue and the all-seeing eye, actually clinging to his hand, stammering out his thanks ... the Roman whose mocking voice still echoed in his memory, "Don't dream, John, don't do it!"
What has this little flunker ever done in his life?
Shadow Warrior 2009