Asswipe vs Wipe - What's the difference?

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Asswipe is a derived term of wipe.


As nouns the difference between asswipe and wipe

is that asswipe is (vulgar) an annoying, contemptible, or worthless person while wipe is a soft piece of cloth or cloth-like material used for wiping.

As a verb wipe is

to move an object over, maintaining contact, with the intention of removing some substance from the surface (cf rub).

asswipe

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • (vulgar) An annoying, contemptible, or worthless person.
  • He is such an asswipe !
  • * 1996 , Timothy Jay, What to Do When Your Students Talk Dirty page 207:
  • ...they have been exchanging insults in writing: "dickhead," "dillweed," "fuzzbutt," "dorkwad," "asswipe ," and so forth.
  • (informal, vulgar) Toilet paper.
  • * 1976 , Micheal Clodfelter, The Pawns of Dishonor , Branden Press, ISBN 9780828315876, page 249:
  • I rapidly expended my own and everyone else’s supply of tiny rolls of asswipe and was reduced to wiping my nasty behind with leaves and grass.
  • * 1983 , Nicholas Proffitt, Gardens of Stone , Carroll & Graf, ISBN 9780881840179, page 317:
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  • * 2008 , Joseph Heywood, Death Roe: A Woods Cop Mystery , ][http://www.amazon.com/Death-Roe-Woods-Mystery-Mysteries/dp/1599214288 Globe Pequot, ISBN 9781599214283, page 252:
  • “I doubt a dime would buy a single square of asswipe in this city, ”
  • (figuratively) A periodical which has the habit of publishing questionable truths.
  • Our local paper is an asswipe .

    Synonyms

    * (toilet paper) wipebreech, torchecul, arsewisp, bumfodder, tail-napkin, bunghole cleanser, wipe-breech

    wipe

    English

    (wikipedia wipe)

    Etymology 1

    From (etyl) (m), from (etyl) . More at (l), (l).

    Verb

    (wip)
  • To move an object over, maintaining contact, with the intention of removing some substance from the surface. (cf. rub)
  • Melissa wiped her glasses with her shirt.
    I wiped the sweat from my brow with the back of my hand.
    Tom started to wipe his eyes.
  • * 1900 , , (The Wonderful Wizard of Oz)
  • So they passed through the Palace Gates and were led into a big room with a green carpet and lovely green furniture set with emeralds. The soldier made them all wipe their feet upon a green mat before entering this room, and when they were seated he said politely
  • To remove by rubbing; to rub off; to obliterate; usually followed by away'', ''off'', or ''out .
  • * (rfdate) Milton
  • Some natural tears they dropped, but wiped them soon.
  • (obsolete) To cheat; to defraud; to trick; usually followed by out .
  • (Spenser)
  • * (rfdate) Robynson (More's Utopia)
  • If they by coveyne [covin] or gile be wiped beside their goods.
  • (computing) To erase.
  • I accidentally wiped my hard drive.
  • (plumbing) To make (a joint, as between pieces of lead pipe), by surrounding the junction with a mass of solder, applied in a plastic condition by means of a rag with which the solder is shaped by rubbing.
  • Noun

    (en noun)
  • The act of wiping something.
  • multiple wipes of a computer's hard disk
  • A soft piece of cloth or cloth-like material used for wiping.
  • A kind of film transition where one shot replaces another by travelling from one side of the frame to another or with a special shape.
  • Derived terms

    * asswipe * baby wipe * wet wipe * wipe away * wipe off * wipe out * wipeout * wipe somebody's eye * wipe the floor * wipe the slate clean * wiper

    Etymology 2

    Compare (etyl) (m), (etyl) .

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • The lapwing.