BEDOITRIFY to stupefy ...Bk1911 Scot.
BELLY-GUT a greedy, lazy person ...M16 sl.
BIT OF POSH an upper-class or socially superior young woman regarded as a sexual object ...1977 UK sl.
BOMB to spray a train, etc., with graffiti ...Aust. sl.
BROOM-TAIL a pony with a short, bushy tail ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial. 001AD
CAB to pilfer; to snatch dishonestly or meanly ...19C schoolboy sl.
CACKLE an egg ...1930s US sl.
CAFFLED arrested ...M19 UK criminals' sl.
CALFDOZER a small bulldozer ...WWII
CHEW THE BALLS OFF to reprimand severely ...20C military sl.
COLD AS BELIX very cold ...1955 Amer. dial.
CRACKBRAIN a crazy person ...c1570 sl.
D AND M a serious conversation, generally relating to personal relationships (Deep and Meaningful) ...1996 Aust. sl.
DAMACKIE a girl, a young woman ...Bk1900 Scot.
DERAY disorder; chaos; disarray ...arch.
DO RIPS to smoke marijuana ...1997 US sl.
DUFUNNY any small article ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
FANCY MAN (derogatory) a woman's lover, often adulterous ...1811 sl.
FLASH-KIDDY a dandy ... Bk1893 sl.
FOLLOW LIKE A TANTONY-PIG to stick close to one ...Bk1905 Eng. dial.
FUNK tobacco smoke ...L17 sl.
GEYSER a male person; a fellow; orig. an old man ...1885 sl.
GOOFER a drug user ...M20 US drugs sl.
GUNTZEL a young man; a naive young man ...1910 US sl.
HARLOT a fellow; jocularly, a good chap ...LME obs.
HONEY BUNCH PLUMMINS a term of endearment for children ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
IN THE ARMOR of beer: in a can ...1967 US sl.
JEMMY spruce, dandified ...1754 sl.
JOE SOAP a slow-witted or ordinary person
KING'S HABIT cocaine ...1980s drugs sl.
LA-DI-DAH a car ...1970s rhyming sl.
MACHIAVELIZE to practice cunning and duplicity in statecraft or in general conduct ...1611 obs.
MAIGINTY! an exclamation of astonishment ...Bk1905 Scot.
MAN-GRABBER a labour recruiter; an employment agency ...1920s US sl.
MUCK-UP DAY the last day of high school where leaving students play pranks, etc. ...1994 Aust. sl.
NEW JILL a sophisticate, someone who has succeeded in the ghetto culture
...2000s US Black sl.
NUMBERELL an umbrella ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
OPEN ONE'S HEAD to communicate what one is thinking; to speak
...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
PERSKWEE splendid, fine, excellent ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
POKE-PUDDING an Englishman ...E18 Scot. usage