Australian Slang

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  • arsey — Derived from arse, the British spelling of ass. Describes someone behaving negatively in an angry or agressive manner. 1. on t get arsey with me. 2. Isuggested doing xyz and she got all arsey about it …   Dictionary of american slang

  • arsey — adjective unpleasant, especially in a sarcastic, grumpy or haughty manner. Work experience as an arsey teenager is pretty straightforward: disappear into the storeroom, smoke a few cigarettes, text your mates and watch the minute hand tick slowly …   Wiktionary

  • Arsey — This ancient and distinguished surname, recorded as D arcy, Darcy, Dorcey, Dorcy, Dorsey, D orsay, Orsay, and Orsi, is usually of French locational origins, although Irish names may have a different root. The French forms originate from either… …   Surnames reference

  • Arsey — lucky …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • arsey — adj British truculent, aggressive, bumptious. A vogue term among young people since the late 1990s, also heard on US cam puses since 2000 …   Contemporary slang

  • arsey — adj. (English Slang) moody, depressed, grumpy, in a bad mood; affected by sharp mood swings …   English contemporary dictionary

  • arsey — adjective Brit. informal bad tempered or uncooperative …   English new terms dictionary

  • arsey — Adj. Moody …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • arsey — arsˈey or arsˈy adjective 1. Irritable, bad tempered, argumentative 2. Lucky (Aust) • • • Main Entry: ↑arse …   Useful english dictionary

  • arsey em pee — Canadian Slang [R C M P] Royal Canadian Mounted Police who wear red uniforms and ride on horseys I work in the arsey em pee …   English dialects glossary

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