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spack

n. (context British slang pejorative English) A clumsy, foolish, or mentally deficient person.

Usage examples of "spack".

Fighting for balance, he picked up his spack and made his way to the nine enlisted Planeteers.

Patricia Meyer Spacks, studying boredom through the centuries, retorts that Johnson protests too much.

There were few customers, but Jerry Spacks was in a corner booth with an attractive young woman.

Not that anybody ever openly admitted that uniform matters were less important than those of plain clothes, at least not to the poor spacks in uniform.

There were few customers, but Jenny Spacks was in a corner booth with an attractive young woman.