What does son of a biscuit eater mean?

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It was a derogatory term used [by pirates] to describe a bastard son of a sailor.
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What does bis in biscuit mean?

Nothing. That's like asking what's the "th" mean in "the". Or more appropriately, like asking, "What does cuit in biscuit mean?" Nothing, sometimes a biscuit is just a biscuit

What does bis mean in biscuit?

Twice, or a second time. "Cuit" means cooked. Twice cooked (because they go back in the over after they're baked to dry out).

What does nothing but a biscuit eater mean?

The phrase is an idiom referring to a dog that is too sorry to hunt. And to put the definition into NON-slang terms, it means a dog that will not or cannot do the job of hun

What is the meaning of taking the biscuit proverb?

The phrase "take the biscuit" originated in the early 20th century. The first known usage dates from 1930, in a collection of short stories by P.G. Wodehouse entitled, "Very G

What does the phrase 'takes the biscuit' mean?

That "takes the biscuit" is said when you are absolutely exhasperated with a situation that is so bad that it is worse than anything that has happened, been said or been done
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What actors and actresses appeared in The Biscuit Eater - 1940?

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What actors and actresses appeared in The Biscuit Eater - 1972?

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