|Part of Speech:||n|
|Definition:||an ordinary or regular person; also, a rather incompetent person|
|Example:||He is a real ham-and-egger, rubbing elbows with the construction workers and plumbers and cops at the local watering hole.|
|Etymology:||from the old days when miners held boxing matches; the winner got money, the loser got a ham and egg meal|
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