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A derogatory term used as either an adjective or a noun
adjective Referring to a doctor who performs surgery, but isn’t fully qualified and is thus known as a 'cowboy surgeon'
noun A doctor who performs a type of surgery—e.g., a hair transplant—with little experience for the procedure
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It's not really all about buckin' horses,'' says cowboy poet Waddie Mitchell.
Eleven savages among whom two women as thin as skeletons', were burning an ant-hill and beating it with waddies and branches.
I got up and walked out and stood watchin em and some of the other young waddies in the outfit they had got up too and we was all standin out there in our longjohns watchin.
JC Hamilton's memoirs described a local Aboriginal 'sport [which] consisted of throwing spears, boomerangs, sham fights with waddies and blunt spears, the latter warded off by a long shield.
Terry O'Hare, MD of Stewarts of Edinburgh, has succeeded Bob Hodgson, chief executive of Pillans & Waddies.
Frightened yet fascinated I stared as some gripped their tumescent organs as if they were waddies and others rubbed theirs up and down.
The lubras composed the band, and all used the same instruments --sticks--to beat time, while their lords danced, chanted, and shook their waddies, with horrible scowls on their faces.
His dad Brian is managing director of a major Edinburgh printing firm, Waddies, based in the city's Slateford Road.