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A Tourist. (mainly used in southern England)

Country Code:GB
Submitted August 1st, 2007 by:


Grockle is not even English, let alone southern English. I don't know where you found it, mate, but it wasn't from here. Comment by: Zu   
Origin appears to be from Torquey in Devon. Not in general use elsewhere in England. Comment by: Gc   
Grockle was a term used on the Isle of Wight to describe holidaymakers when I was young. Comment by: NB    Rated:3/5
Grockle is used in common parlance nowadays; means chavvier than a muggle. Like our neighbours who leave their snotty children's scooters out by the front door of the common drive. Comment by: Phaser   


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