troglodyte :

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  • n  one who lives in solitude
  • n  someone who lives in a cave

  • That many have opted for the former view owes much to the sacrifices that seem to have been made by this rich but stoic troglodyte.
  • Not just to throw Washington's hemispheric antagonists off base but to keep the region's military troglodytes from making a comeback.
  • This week, President Bush tours the Continent, tries to persuade angry allies that he's not a troglodyte and searches for the soul of Vladimir Putin.

  • Hugo Chávez in Catholic News Service
    Local media reported that Chavez called the cardinal a pig and said the cardinal "talks like a troglodyte and he tries to scare people about communism."
  • Arthur Miller in
    I have spent my whole life with the federal rules, and this is one of the biggest deals I have ever seen,said New York University School of Law professor Arthur Miller, a longtime expert on civil procedure. "Me, old fogy troglodyte that I...
  • Jack Abramoff in New York Times
    The [expletive] troglodytes didn't vote on you today,Abramoff responded. "What's a troglodyte?"

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