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Use "a-holes" in a sentence
"However, since the majority of those who have large wealth did nothing more than an average worker, or likely even less, to get where they are, and then trot about like a bunch of entitled a-holes, it is really not a surprise that you find a massive amount of justified anger at the wealthy."
"I worried, fiercely, for the crippled-yet-proud Mr. Bates, that the pernicious a-holes O'Brien & Thomas would have their way and see him fired."
"The best description of the maladjusted, egocentric personality type of these arrogant a-holes is “thick.”"