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(N) A corruption of the common epithet dude. It is synonymous with dude, but exponentially more lame -- unless used ironically.

The term first appeared (to my knowledge) on the television adaptation of horror author Stephen King's Quicksilver Highway. A hitchhiking drifter addressed his driver as 'dudemar' inspiring rage in the latter. This is the common response.
Hey, dudemar, chill.

or

What's happenin' dudemar?
作者 Jesse Guiles 2006年8月18日
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(n.) the male love interest of a strong female protagonist, typically little more than eye candy. He possesses little personality or depth of character.
(n.) the male version of a damsel in distress.
(n.) an attractive male with little brain power or practical skills. Typically seen as belonging to a socially mobile female.
ie. Michael Corvin in 2003's Underworld is Selene's dudemar.

ie. "Who is Kate's new dudemar? He's a total hottie."
作者 Thomas L. Cunningham 2006年12月07日
(n.) the male love interest of a strong female protagonist, typically little more than eye candy. He possesses little personality or depth of character.
(n.) a damsel in distress who is male.
ie. Michael Corvin in 2003's Underworld is Selene's dudemar.

ie. "Who is Kate's new dudemar? He's a total hottie."
作者 Thomas L. Cunningham 2006年12月03日

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