unbovvered

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ bovvered

Adjective[edit]

unbovvered (comparative more unbovvered, superlative most unbovvered)

  1. (informal, Britain) Not bovvered
    • 2006, "suer", Mum's first riding lesson ... aged 67 (on newsgroup uk.rec.equestrian)
      But he does seem quite chilled, unbovvered and happy on his own and having one horse rather than two is much easier.