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Tom, Dick, and/or Harrynoun [S]

uk   /ˌtɒmˌdɪk.əndˈhær.i/  us   /ˌtɑːmˌdɪk.əndˈher.i/ disapproving
an ​ordinaryperson/all ​ordinarypeople: You'd ​better get an ​electrician to ​fix this - you don't ​want any Tom, Dick, or Harry ​messing around with ​yourwiring.
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