BAWLBABY a crybaby; a tattletale ...1937 Amer. dial.
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
JIGGERY-POKERY deceitful or dishonest dealing ...1893 Brit. sl.
KACK-HANDED left-handed, clumsy ...colloq.
LABOUR-HOUSE a laboratory ...1712 obs.
LULU-KAPOODLER something remarkable ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
MAGISTRICIDE a murderer of one's master or teacher ...1670 nonce word
MANDINGO a tough, physically strong, virile African-American man ...1960s US Black sl.
MULLET-HEAD a stupid person ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
NEWS WALKER a self-appointed reporter who would wander up and down the lines after battle to exchange information ...US Civil War usage
OBITUARY NOTICE a letter from a creditor ...1920s US sl.
PACKAGE a sexually attractive woman ...1945 US sl.
PILE ON DOG to show off; to put on airs; to something energetically or noisily
...M19 sl., orig. US
POUND THE BOX to eagerly play the piano ...1920 Amer. sl.
PUISSANCE power, strength, force, might, influence ...LME chiefly arch. & poetic
PUMP a fart ...1985 Scot. sl.
PUT ONE'S FOOT IN SOMEONE'S ASS to attack someone physically; to treat someone unkindly ...1940s US Black sl.
RAFFLE to live filthily ...Bk1903 sl.
RAMMIES trousers ...1910s Aust. & S. Afr. sl.
RHYME-SLINGER a poet ...Bk1903 sl.
ROAST-MEAT CLOTHES Sunday or holiday gear ...Bk1903 sl.
SCHLENTERER a devious, untrustworthy person ...1970s S. Afr. sl.
SHLONG the penis ...Brit. sl.
SLUFFER one who fails to do his work ...Bk1913-17 Amer. college sl.
STIFF an uncouth person who is self-opinionated ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TAKE NEBUCHADNEZZAR OUT TO GRASS to copulate ...Bk1902 sl.
TINNIE a small aluminium boat ...1960s Aust. sl.
TYEE a high-ranking or important person ...1792 N. Amer. sl.
YOUNG SHAVER a boy ...1854 sl.
ABOVE PAR mildly drunk ...1930s sl.
ACE-COON a best friend ...1960s US Black sl.
ADDLE-PLOT a spoilsport who 'addles' the 'plot's or plans of others ...L17 sl.
ALKI STIFF a hobo drunkard; any drunkard ...E20 US criminals' sl.
AMERICAN TAXPAYER any violator of routine traffic laws ...1962 US sl.
AP-CRAY nonsense ...20C US Pig Latin for 'crap'
ATOM BOMB marijuana combined in a cigarette with cocaine, heroin, or opium
...1969 US sl.
BACK END OF BAD LUCK, THE the worst part of something unfortunate
...1938 Amer. dial.
BAGEL BABY (usually offensive) a Jew ...1955 Amer. sl.
BAPA a grandfather ...1966 Amer. dial.
ABBREVIATED PIECE OF NOTHING a worthless or insignificant person or thing
ACCURTATION abbreviation ...L15 obs.
ACTIVE CITIZEN a flea ...E19 sl.
AL CAPONE phone ...Brit. rhyming sl.
ALUMINIUM COOKIE a compact disc (CD) ...2002 UK sl.
ANGEL FACTORY a Christian school or seminary; used derisively ...1929 Amer. sl.
ASLEEP AT THE SWITCH inattentive; not mindful of one's duties or surroundings
...1914 Amer. dial.
BABY a cougar ...1946 Amer. dial.
BAD SPOT IN THE ROAD a small, unimportant, or out-of-the-way settlement
...1967 Amer. dial.
BALLYHACK to confuse; to blunder ...1901 Amer. dial.
BATOON a short, straight stick; a pool or billiards cue ...1806 Amer. dial.
BED SHOE a house slipper ...1965 Amer. dial.
BELLY-FLOUNCER a sliding down a hill on a sled, lying on the belly ...1943 Amer. dial.
BIT OF PORK copulation ...Brit. sl.
BONE QUEEN a male homosexual who favours performing oral sex ....1964 US
BUG OUT to become psychotic ...1950s Amer. sl.
CABBAGE PLANT an umbrella ...c1820 sl.
CACTUS PATCH Phoenix, Arizona ...1976 US jocular
CAITIFNESS wretchedness, misery ...1393 obs.
CARRY NEWS to gossip ...1970 Trinidad and Tobago
CHUMMERY the sharing of rooms with a friend ...L19 sl.
COON a peculiar old fellow ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
CRUFT any unpleasant, unidentified substance ...1983 US sl.
DAISY-PICKER a third person who accompanies a pair of lovers ...Bk1900 Ireland
DEAD-BANG GUILTY absolutely guilty ...1987 Amer. sl.
DO ONE'S BIRD to serve a prison sentence ...1924 Brit. sl.
DUTCHIE (derogatory) a German ...1835 sl., orig. US
FERK to copulate ...17C sl.
FLATLANDER (censorious) a term used in various hilly or mountainous regions of North America, particularly Vermont, to denote an outsider, someone who doesn't belong
FREAK TRICK a prostitute's customer who pays for unusual sex ...1971 US sl.
GASKET a doughnut ...1942 US sl.
GO TO HELL ACROSS LOTS! exclamation of dismissal, the implication being that they
should go with speed ...M19 US sl.
GROOVE YARD a record store ...1960s Amer. sl.
HARLOT an itinerant jester, buffoon, or juggler; a person who tells or does something to
raise a laugh ...ME obs.
HOSE the penis ...E20 US sl.
JACKLEG dishonest or unscrupulous ...US sl.
DONKEY a foolish person ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
FACINORIOUS extremely wicked, grossly criminal, atrocious, infamous, vile ...1601 obs.
FLASH a boast, brag, or great pretense made by a spendthrift, quack, or pretender to more art or knowledge than he really has ...1748 sl.
FOG IT IN in baseball, to pitch a fast ball; to throw hard ...Bk1974 Amer. sl.
FUNKEY the buttocks ...1960s US Black sl.
GINICOMTWIG to possess carnally ...Bk1903 sl.
GOOSE a prostitute ...19C Brit. sl.
HAND IN ONE'S CHIPS to die ...1879 sl., orig. US
HOGSHEAD an engineer of a locomotive ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
INVENTORIZE to make an inventory of ...E17
JERRY-GO-NIMBLE diarrhoea ...Bk1896 sl.
JOLLUX a fat person ...M18 sl.
KNITTING a young woman or young women collectively ...1943 Brit. naval sl.
LICKETY-CLIP (adv.) with great speed or vigour ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
MADLING a mad creature; one who acts wildly or foolishly ...c1648-50
MALAVOGUE to punish in some dire but undefined way; to beat, to chastise
...1843 Ireland & Eng. dial.
MONKEY WITH THE BANDWAGON to meddle in a dangerous situation
...1895 Amer. sl.
NAUTCHERY a brothel ...1942-49 Amer. sl.
NOSHERY an eating house, restaurant, or cafe ...Aust. sl.
ON THE LIFT sick or very weak ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
PEWTER money ... Bk1903 sl.
POP-CRACKER a firecracker ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
PUISNE small, insignificant, petty ...E17 obs.
PUMP a fire hydrant ...1979 UK sl.
PUT ONE'S HEAD UNDER THE KNIFE to declare oneself openly; to take a risk or stand that may be dangerous ...1950s sl.
RAGGILY beggarly, untidy ...Bk1905 Eng. dial.
RAMSCULLION an offensively dirty person; a vagrant of low, rude, worthless habits ...Bk1905 Scot.
RIG-MY-ROLL a tedious story; twaddle; a rambling statement; rigmarole ...1753 colloq.
SCAPPER to go, to run off ...1960s Irish sl.
SHELLBACK a person who has crossed the equator by boat ...L19
SLANG-WHANGER a careless talker ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SQUAREY a female companion; a girlfriend ...1917 Aust. sl.
SYTHE to sigh ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TICKLE-PITCHER a sot, a toss-pot, a pot-companion ...a1700 sl.
TRIM to castrate ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
ZAMBUCK a first-aider; a St. John Ambulance man or woman, esp. at a sporting event ...1918 Aust. & NZ sl.
OBNOXO a crude, obnoxious person ...1970s US campus sl.
ON ONE'S OWNSOME on one's own ...1939 sl.
PENNY-COME-QUICK a trick ...Bk1903 rhyming sl.
POPSY a young woman; a girlfriend; a sexually attractive young woman ...1862 sl.
PUKEPOT a despicable person ...1973 US sl.
PUMP ONE'S PYTHON to masturbate ...M20 US sl.
PUT THE MOCKERS ON to frustrate or jeopardize someone's plans; to curse with bad luck ...Brit. sl.
RAISE SAND to make a great disturbance ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
READ UP to tell off; to reprimand ...20C Irish sl.
ROOSKY a Russian ...1858 sl.
SCRUMPLE to crumple ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SICKLING a sickly or delicate person ...1834
SOSH a socially oriented party girl ...1960s Amer. sl.
SWEET PATOOTIE a sexually attractive woman ...1923 US sl.
TICK a whim, a fancy; a peculiar habit or notion; an idiosyncrasy ...1896
TREASON illicit sexual intercourse ...17C literary
ABDICATED ordered out of the public lavatory where one is looking for sex
...1940s homosexual sl.
ACE a professional killer ...1970s sl.
ADAD! an exclamation and a minced oath from "Afore God!" and "By God!" ...L17
ALEC an idiot ...1919 Aust. sl.
AMAZER in trucking: a police radar unit used for measuring vehicle speed ...1976 US sl.
ANGEL'S TIT a kind of alcohol mixed drink, made by floating heavy cream on dark creme de cacao and topping it with a cherry ...1984 Amer. sl.
AUNTY NELLY the belly ...1961 rhyming sl.
BASTED drug intoxicated ...M20 US drugs sl.
BETTY a woman; a young attractive woman ...1989 US sl.
BLUE SERGE denims ...Bk1944 service sl.
BRASS NAIL a prostitute ...1934 Brit. rhyming sl. for 'tail'
CAB to cheat, to pilfer; to snatch dishonestly or meanly ...L19 sl.
CACKLE the patter of clowns ...c1840 sl.
CAG to offend; to insult ...1504 Eng. dial.
CALLOSITY a hardened state of mind; callousness ...M17
CHICKIE! a warning of the impending approach of authority, whether, policeman, parent, or teacher, and thus a command to stop whatever one is doing that might cause that authority to act against one ...1910s US sl.
COOLER a funeral home ...1930s US Black sl.
CRUMB THE DEAL to spoil a plan or plot ...Bk1974 Amer. sl.
DALLY-BUTTONS! a joyful exclamation ...1895 Eng. dial.
DIG an over-diligent student ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
ABAFT (adv.) of direction: backwards ...c1275 obs.
ABSOGODDAMLUTELY (adv.) absolutely ...1960s US sl.
ACKNICKULOUS wonderful, marvellous ...1980s US Black & teen sl.
AFTAX a Black-owned taxi, usually an old, American-made car ...1980s sl.
ALLIGATOR BULL nonsense ...sl.
AMPUS-END the buttocks ...19C sl.
AP-SAY an oaf, a dullard ...20C US Pig Latin for 'sap'
BAFF a blow with something flat or soft ...E16 Scot.
BAFF in golf: to strike the ground with the sold of the club head in making a stroke
BAFF to beat; to strike ...E16 Scot.
BEBBLE to sip; to tipple; to drink carelessly ...Bk1911 Scot.
BIT OF FRONT DOOR WORK said of males: copulation ...sl.
BONNY FAIR the hair ...20C US rhyming sl.
BUMMER a worthless, lazy fellow ...1865 Amer. sl.
CABELLO cocaine ...2003 sl.
CADBURY CHANNEL the rectal passage; the anus ...1990s sl.
CAKE the buttocks of a woman, esp. if well-formed ...M20 Brit. & US sl.
CARTON-PUSHER a person who sells cigarettes that have been stolen or smuggled from a state with lower taxes ...1978 US sl.
CLEAN FROM THE STILL of drinks: unmixed with water ...Bk1902 colloq,
CRACK UP to fail in an examination ...US Civil War usage
DAFFLER an old person in dotage ...Bk1900 Eng. dial.
DANDIZETTE a female dandy ...1821
DISTURBANCE alcohol ...L19 US sl.
DUKE a bull ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
FINKYDIDDLE sexual play; sexual foreplay ...1900s Brit. sl.
FLUMMOXED drunk ...M19 sl.
FRESS to eat greedily; to snack ...20C sl., orig. US
GELT money ... Bk1903 sl.
GOOF marijuana ...M20 US criminal's sl.
HACK OFF to ignore one's homework or other duties and do nothing ...1960s Amer. sl.
HAVE SAND ON ONE'S GIZZARD to have courage ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
HUNGY a Hungarian ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
JELLY a buxom, good-looking girl ...Bk1896 sl.
JOHNNY-COME-LATELY a newcomer
KNOB the head of a person ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
LITTLE PERISHER a mischievous child ...1935 sl.
MAGGLE to mangle, to maul, to damage ...1456 Scot. obs.
MAN, THE a major drug dealer ...1940s sl., orig. US
MUCK bad weather ...1855 UK sl.
NEWS BUG a gossip ...1950s W. Indies sl.
HOOK, THE an instance of treachery; a double cross ...1908 Amer. sl.
HOOK, THE a hypodermic injection ...1941 Amer, sl., esp. military
HOOK, THE police ...1994 criminals' sl.
IN THE CACTUS in an awkward situation ...c1925 Aust. & NZ sl.
IN THE CACTUS in difficulties, in trouble, esp. with one person ...1944 Aust. sl.
JESSY a male homosexual ...1958 sl.
JOY-HOUSE a brothel ...1940 sl.
LACHRYMATION the shedding of tears; weeping ...1572
MACHINATOR one who contrives or schemes; a contriver, intriguer, plotter, schemer; usually in a bad sense ...1611
MAIN-BREW a festivity; jollification ...1859 Eng. dial.
MINK a treacherous person ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
MINK a woman, esp. a provocative, spirited and/or sexually attractive or active woman ...Amer. sl.
MINK the female sex organs; female sexuality ...Amer. sl.
NARROW-GAUGE inferior; worthless; small ...Bk1902 Amer. sl.
NOGOODNIK a bad person ...Aust. sl.
OLD THING a term of address to a person ...1864 Brit. sl.
PEDIGREE biography ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
POP OFF THE HOOKS to die ...1842 Amer. sl.
PUISSANT having great authority or influence; mighty, strong, powerful
...LME arch. & poetic
PUISSANT powerful, mighty, potent ...1400 literary usage
PULY whining, querulous ...L17
PUT ONE'S WEIGHTS UP to cause trouble deliberately ...1920s NZ sl.
RAIN HATCHETS AND DUCKETS to rain very heavily (ducket = bill-hook)
...Bk1905 Eng. dial.
RATTLER a freight train ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
ROOT LIKE A RATTLESNAKE to have vigorous sex ...1958 Aust. sl.
SCRUFF-BAG a down-and-out ...1920s sl.
SCRUFF-BAG a messy, unkempt person ...1920s sl.
SICKLEW sick, unhealthy ...1387 obs. rare
SICKLIFY to make sick or sickly ...1851 rare
SOOTY (derogatory or offensive) a Black person ...1838 sl., orig. US
SWALLOW THE ANCHOR of a sailor: to give up seafaring life ...1909 Amer. nautical sl.
TICKER a watch ...1829 sl.
TRAPSTICK the penis ...17C sl.
YUM-YUM first-rate, excellent ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
ABRACADABRA, PLEASE AND THANK YOU a humorous embellishment of 'please' ...1944 US sl.
ACE-DEUCE (adj.) at an angle ...1970s sl.
ACE-DEUCE (adj.) bisexual ...1970s US sl.
ACE-DEUCE a best friend ...20C US & W. Indies sl.
ACE-DEUCE a panic attack; a fit of nerves; a sudden fit of temper ...1920s US sl.
ACE-DEUCE in gambling: to sustain heavy losses ...sl.
ADMIRAL BROWNING human excrement ...20C sl., orig. nautical
ALL A-HUNKY all right ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
AMEN-BAWLER a parson; a preacher ...19C sl.
ANTIFREEZED alcohol intoxicated ...Amer. sl.
BABYKINS a baby; a term of endearment for a baby ...M20
BAWLA one who is extremely rich, esp. from the profits of criminality
...1990s US Black sl.
BIBLIOTHECARY a library ...L16 obs.
BIBLIOTHECARY a librarian ...E17
BOG POCKET a tightwad ...Bk1944 service sl.
CABBAGE JOHN a Chinese vegetable seller ...1900s Aust. sl.
CACODOXICAL holding wrong or evil opinions ...1693 rare
CAGGY ill-natured, stomachful ...1855 Eng. dial.
CAGGY decaying, unfit for food ...a1848 Eng. dial. or vulgar
CAR TRICK an act of sex between a prostitute and customer in a car ...1968 US sl.
CHINKEY (derogatory or offensive) a Chinese person ...1878 sl.
COOLING CARD something that defuses one's enthusiasm or deflates one's passion ...M16 sl.
CRUSHER a boy who is popular with girls and women; an attractive youth whom many girls have a crush on ...Bk1974 Amer. sl.
DAMASON a severe scolding, rebuke ...Bk1900 Eng. dial.
DINGER something very splendid or stylish ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
DOWN IN THE BUSHES sick, in hard luck, etc. ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
FACTOTUM one who meddles with everything; a busybody ...1618 obs.
FACTOTUM a man of all-work; also, a servant who has the entire management of his master's affairs ...1863
FLASH-CRIB a house frequented by thieves, as a tavern, lodging-house, fence ...1839 sl.
FLASH-CRIB a brothel; a haunt of loose women ...Bk1893 sl.
FOUNDER to overeat ...Bk1913-17 Amer.
GAFFER one's employer or superior ...a1659 Brit. sl.
GO DOWNTOWN to engage in active oral copulation ...1928 Amer. sl.
GO DOWNTOWN in baseball: to hit a long home run ...1977 Amer. sl.
GRANDILIOUS splendid, fine, grand ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
HARDBOOT a person from Kentucky ...1923 US sl.
GUNBOATS a pair of boots ...US Civil War usage
HAVE HAIR ON IT of a joke: to be old, to be out of date, no longer to be funny ...20C sl.
HOT MEMBER a lascivious man or woman ...19C Brit. & US sl.
JASEY a worsted wig ...1789 sl.
JASEY a man with an enormous quantity of hair upon his head and face
...1859 Amer. thieves' sl.
JOES depression; the blues ...E20 Aust. sl.
KIPPER an English immigrant ...1943 Aust. sl.
LIKE A CAB DRIVER'S ARMPIT said of a mouth that is less than fresh ...Brit. sl.
MADID wet, moist ..1615 now rare
MADIDATE to wet or moisten ...1656 obs.
MADIDITY moisture, wetness ...1656 obs.
MALISON a curse, malediction ...1785 Scot. & Eng. dial.
MALISON the personification of evil; the Evil One ...1898 Scot.
MALISON a person who is cruel to animals ...Bk1905 Eng. dial.
MONKEY'S PARADE (derogatory) a promenade of young men and women in search of sexual partners ...1910 Brit. sl.
NEBUCHADNEZZAR a vegetarian ...Bk1902 sl.
NEBUCHADNEZZAR the penis ...Bk1902 sl.
NOT TO GIVE A MONKEY'S TIT not to care at all ...1979 Amer. sl.
OUT IN THE CACTUS in a very remote area ...1963 NZ sl.
PILE-DRIVER the penis, esp. the erect penis ...19C sl.
PILE-DRIVING copulation ...19C colloq.
PROSSIE a prostitute ...1941 sl., orig. Aust.
PULL BACON to put one's fingers derisively to the nose ...M19 sl.
PUNKETTE a young female punk rocker ...sl.
QUAINTRY finery ...1483 obs. rare
RAMBOOZE suddenly and with headlong force ...1898 Scot.
RHINO money; spec. ready money ...c1696 sl.
SATCHEL-MOUTHED used of someone who has a large mouth
...1930s sl., orig. US Black
SATCHEL-MOUTHED used of someone who talks a great deal, as an informer
...1930s sl., orig. US Black
SHAN pitiful, silly ...E18 Scot. & N. Eng. dial.
SHAN poor, mean, shabby ...E18 Scot. & N. Eng. dial.
SHAN money ... Bk1903 sl.
SINGLE-SOLED of a person: poor, mean, insignificant
SPLUDGE a splurge ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SPLUDGE to splurge ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TAIT UP to dress up smartly ...Bk1905 Eng. dial.
TICKLE-TAIL a loose or wanton woman ...c1430 now Eng. dial.
TICKLE-TAIL a schoolmaster; a rod ...1785 sl.
TURK (usually derogatory) a person of Irish birth or descent ...1914 sl., chiefly US
ABISHAG the bastard child of a woman who has been seduced and abandoned by a married man ...19C sl.
ABLE GRABLE an attractive woman ...1940s US teen sl.
ABSTRACTIONIST a pickpocket ...M19 sl.
ACT YOUR AGE, NOT YOUR SHOE SIZE! a term of contempt based on condemning someone who the speaker considers is acting childishly ...1920s sl., orig. US
ALIGHT drunk ...Brit. sl.
ALKY BUM a hobo drunkard; any drunkard ...20C US sl.
ALUMINUM, THE in horse racing; the inside rail ...1989 Aust. sl.
ANGEL-MAKER a device that can inflict death, such as a dangerous vehicle or a gun ...1934 Amer. sl.
ANGLE OF DANGLE the degree of an erection depending on how sexually stimulated a man is by any given women ...Brit. sl.
ANGLE SHOOTER a schemer ...1947 Amer. sl.
AUNTIE ENA a cleaner ...1992 UK rhyming sl.
BABBLATIVE inclined to babble; loquacious ...L16
BALLOONATIC one who brags ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
BEATENEST finest; very exceptional ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
BIBLIOPOLIST a dealer in books, esp. rare books ...M16
BLOOD ketchup ...Bk1944 service sl.
BONECRUSHER in trucking: a truck that rides very roughly ...1971 US sl.
BONECRUSHER crack cocaine ...1998 UK sl.
BOXED OUT thoroughly drunk ...1968 Amer. sl.
BUMFUZZLED confused ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
CAB YAB shop talk among taxi drivers ...Brit. sl.
CABLE the penis ...M18 US sl.
CABLE a thick gold chain ...1990s US Black sl.
CADETTE a younger daughter or sister ...1679
CAKE AND WINE bread and water as a punishment diet ...1920s US prison & Navy sl.
CARROT EATER (offensive) a Mormon ...1968 US sl.
CHUMMO a friend, esp. as a direct term of address ...1940s US sl.
COW-STORM a drizzling rain unaccompanied by wind ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
CUT OFF ONE'S JIB to keep one from talking ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
DANCE TO A PERSON'S PIPE to follow his lead; to act after his desire or instigation ...1562
DIPS! lights out! ...1947 UK sl.
DRY BACK OF THE EARS of persons: mature ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
FAVORANCE resemblance of features ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
FEATHER-BED JIG copulation ...Bk1896 sl.
FLAT-HEAD a greenhorn ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
FRESHENER any alcoholic drink ...1969 US sl.
GATHER STRAWS of the eyes: to be sleepy
GOLDEN GIRL one's main girlfriend ...1960s Amer. sl.
YAW-WAYS (adv.) slantwise; at an angle ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial. 001AD
YEHUDI Jewish ...1900 sl., chiefly US
YEHUDI a Jew ...1900 sl., chiefly US
YENNEP penny (1d) ... Bk1903 back sl.
YIP noise; talk ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
YOK (derogatory) a person who is not Jewish ...1923 sl.
YOUNG HUSSIAN a troublesome, mischievous child ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
YOUR MOTHER'S MONKEY yourself ...1882 Amer. jocular
A1 AND NO MISTAKE prime; first-class; of the best ...1900 sl.
AARDVARK a F-111 combat aircraft or any aircraft that is awkward-looking or difficult to fly ...1963 US sl. Vietnam War usage
AARON'S ROD the penis ...19C Brit. sl.
AATACLAPS a disaster, a calamity ...1990s W. Indies sl.
ABA a traveller's cheque ...1985 US sl.
ABADA the rhinoceros ...a1599 obs.
ABADDON a bottomless pit; abyss of hell ...c1382
ABADDON a thief turned informer ...L19 cant
ABAFT THE WHEEL-HOUSE just below the small of the back; thus a euphemism for the buttocks ...L19 US sl.
ABAFT THE WHEEL-HOUSE crazy ...1900s sl.
ABAISANCE the bending of the body as a mark of respect; a bow ..1671 obs.
ABAIT to excite, to stimulate ...1303 obs.
ABAND to abandon, to forsake ...1559 obs.
ABAND to banish ...1559 obs.
ABANDOMINIUMS abandoned apartments or houses where addicts use drugs
... Amer. sl.
ABANDONATE to abandon ...1654 obs. rare
ABANDONED WOMAN a woman who has been seduced, impregnated, and abandoned by a man
ABANNITION a banishment for one or two years for manslaughter ...1656 obs.
ABAR to bar, to debar ...1586 obs.
ABARE to make bare, to uncover, to disclose ...1731 obs.
ABASHANCE abashment, dismay ...c1430 obs.
ABASHLESS unabashed, shameless ...1868 rare
ABASTARD to make or declare bastard or illegitimate; hence, to make spurious or degenerate; to debase, to corrupt, to deteriorate ...1610 obs.
ABASTARDIZE to render bastard, spurious, or degenerate; to debase, to deteriorate ...1580 obs.
ABASURE the quality of being abased; humiliation ...1653 obs.
ABAVE to put to confusion, to discomfit; also, to be confounded ...1303 obs.
ABB abnormal ...1991 US sl.
ABBED having well-defined abdominal muscles ...2002 UK sl.
ABBIE a nickname for a Jewish male ...20C US sl. & colloq.
WHISTLE FOR YOUR NIPPLE a game that involves firmly gripping the nipple of a compatriot and shouting 'Whistle for your nipple'; the painful grasp is only released when the victim manages to whistle, which is nigh on impossible due to extreme pain and/or mirth ...UK playground sl.
WHITE HEN'S CHICKENS extremely pleasant or desirable persons
...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
WHITE HORSE diluted alcohol used as a beverage ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
WHITEWASHING during the winter, when there is snow or ice on the ground, the action of tripping someone over and then getting as many people as possible to gather and kick as much snow/ice/slush over them as possible ...c1983 UK playground sl.
WIDE AND SIDE far and wide ...a900 obs.
WIDOW-MAKER a dead branch caught high in a tree which may fall on a person below ...Amer. sl.
WIDOW-MAKER a killer or potential killer of men
WIELD THE SCEPTRE to exercise supreme authority, to rule ...L16
WIG a severe reprimand ...L18 colloq.
WIG an eccentric ...1950s Amer. sl.
WIG the mind ...1950s Amer. sl.
WIG to reprimand severely ...E19 colloq.
WIGGER a White person who tries to emulate or acquire cultural behaviour and tastes attributed to Black people ...L20 US sl.
WIGGY not in control of one's emotions ...1810 US sl.
WIG-PICKER a psychiatrist ...US sl.
WIGS ON THE GREEN violent or unpleasant developments, ructions ...orig. Irish
WIGSBY a person wearing a wig ...L18 jocular arch.
WILD MARE'S MILK rot-gut liquor ...20C US sl.
WILD QUIRT diarrhoea ...17C colloq.
WILTED intoxicated with alcohol ...20C US sl.
WIMBLE the penis ...19C Brit. sl.
WIND-CHEATER one who breaks wind frequently ...20C Brit. sl.
WINDER a breaking of wind ...20C US sl.
WIND-MILL the anus ...E19 Brit. sl.
WINDOW PANE the drug LSD ...M20 US drugs sl.
WIND UP THE CLOCK to have sexual intercourse with a woman ...19C Brit. sl.
WINGER a friend ...1943 Brit. sl., chiefly services' sl.
WITH A SINGLE EYE sincerely, honestly, guilelessly ...arch.
WONK a non-Aboriginal Australian; used contemptuously or dismissively ...1938 Aust. sl.
WOODEN SUIT a coffin ...1968 sl.
WOOD'S COLT a bastard ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
WOOFITS an unwell feeling, esp. in the head, or moody depression ...1918 sl.
WORD FROM THE BIRD, THE the genuine truth ...1950s Amer. sl.
WORK A FLANKER to trick, to swindle ...1920s sl.
WORTH A PULL worth investigating ...19C sl.
WUZZER a has-been ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TUNKET Hell ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TUNKUP masked potato ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TURN TO THE RIGHT-ABOUT to dismiss ...1842 sl.
TURN UP ONE'S TOES to die ...1851 sl.
TWILIGHT jocose for toilet ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
UNCLE NED bed ...1925 rhyming sl.
UP ON YOUR SHOE TAPS feeling fit and fine ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
UP TO THE RIGS expert; wide-awake, knowing ...Bk1903 sl.
VELVET money in excess of what is expected ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
WAGON a ship ...Bk1913-17 Amer. navy sl.
WANKING COUCH a bed ...1951 sl.
WAP a person defective in discretion ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
WAP to possess carnally ...Bk1903 cant
WASH THE BONES to mix up dominoes ...sl.
WEBFOOTER an Oregonian, so called because much rain falls in Oregon
...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
WEEKEND WARRIOR a 'weekend' or occasional prostitute ...M20 US sl.
WEENY-BOPPER a young teenager (sometimes a pre-teen), typically a girl, who follows the latest fashions in clothes, pop music, etc. ...1972 sl.
WEEPING WILLOW a pillow ...1880 Brit. rhyming sl.
WEINER an oaf; a jerk ...M20 US sl.
WELL-ALONG pregnant, obviously pregnant ...20C US colloq.
WELL AWAY to sleep soundly ...1927 sl.
WELL-BOTTLED intoxicated with alcohol ...20C Brit. & US sl.
WELL-FAVOURED BY NATURE of a man: having large male genitals
...L19 Brit. euphemism
WELL-FAVOURED BY NATURE of a woman: having large breasts
...L19 Brit. euphemism
WELL-OILED intoxicated with alcohol ...E20 Brit. & US military sl.
WELL-SPRUNG intoxicated with alcohol ...20C Brit. & US sl.
WELL-UNDER intoxicated with alcohol ...20C Aust. sl.
WELT a large penis ...20C Brit. military sl.
WETBACK an illegal immigrant from Mexico to the US; hence, to any illegal immigrant ...1929 US sl.
WHAT THE DAGGER? an expression of astonishment ...1775 Eng. dial.
WHAT'S SHAKING? Hello ...1950s Amer. sl.
WHEEL a high-ranking or important person ...1933 sl., orig. & chiefly US
TOPSY FRIZY tipsy, drunk ...L18 sl.
TORCH UP to incite, to urge ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TORCH UP to smoke marijuana ...1960s drugs sl.
TORCHY suffering unrequited love ...1940s US sl.
TOSH a term of address to a male ...1954 Brit. sl.
TOSSED searched by the police ...1950s Amer. sl.
TOSS YOUR COOKIES to vomit ...1960s Amer. sl.
TOTTY a young woman, often with an implication of promiscuity ...1890 Brit. sl.
TOUCH-HOLE the vagina ...obs. sl.
TOUCH-TRAP the penis ...obs. sl.
TOUGH AN' RUGGED in good health ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TOWN BIKE a sexually loose woman or prostitute ...sl.
TOWN BULL a lecherous male ...16C colloq.
TOWN PUMP a woman who permits copulation with any man ...20C colloq.
TOWNS AND CITIES breasts ...20C Brit. rhyming sl. for 'titties'
TOWZE to possess carnally ...Bk1903 sl.
TOY SHOP the female genitals ...19C Brit. colloq.
TRACY BITS the breasts ...20C Aust. rhyming sl. for 'tits'
TRAPSTICK the penis ...17C sl.
TREE OF LIFE the penis ...19C euphemism
TREE OF LOVE the penis ...19C euphemism
TROT to court a woman ...1942 NZ sl.
TUBED OUT drunk, fully intoxicated ...1960s Amer. sl.
TUKIS the anus ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TUMBLE to possess carnally ...Bk1903 sl.
TUNK a blow ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TUNK to strike ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TUNKER anything with which to pound ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TUNKET Hell ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TUNKUP masked potato ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TUP to possess carnally ...Bk1903 sl.
TIN-POTTER an idler, one who shirks their duties by claiming to be ill ...nautical sl.
TIO TACO (derogatory) a Mexican who is considered insufficiently nationalistic by others ...20C US sl.
TITTER a young woman or girl ...1812 sl.
TIZZICKY asthmatic, wheezy ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TO A GNAT'S HEEL precisely ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TOFF an upper-class, distinguished, or well-dressed person ...1851 Brit. sl.
TOFF UP to dress up like a toff ...1914 Brit. sl.
TOJO a Japanese soldier; Japanese forces collectively ...1942 services' sl.
TOM-TART a sweetheart ...Aust. obs. rhyming sl.
TOM-TIT dung ...19C Brit. rhyming sl. for 'shit'
TOM-TIT to defecate ...19C Brit. rhyming sl. for 'shit'
TONSIL BATH a drink of an alcoholic beverage ...M20 US sl.
TONSILS the human breasts ...20C US jocular euphemism
TONSIL-SWABBING kissing and necking ...sl.
TOO BIG FOR HER CLOTHES pregnant ...20C US colloq.
TOO MANY CLOTHS IN THE WIND intoxicated with alcohol ...19C Brit. & US sl.
TOODLES a male child's genitals ...19C US colloq.
TOOL BAG the scrotum, or the scrotum and its contents ...colloq.
TOOLS the male genitals ...E17 sl.
TOOT the devil ...19C Brit. sl.
TOOT a binge or a drinking spree ...L19 US. sl.
TOOT a fool; an oaf ...L19 Brit. sl.
TOOT a breaking of wind; a fart ...20C US sl.
TOOT cocaine; a 'line' of cocaine ...M20 US drugs sl.
TOOT to drink copiously ...L17 Brit. sl.
TOOT to inhale or 'snort' cocaine ...M20 US drugs. sl.
TOOTER a drunkard who frequently goes on a 'toot' or drinking spree ...E20 Brit. sl.
TOOTHACHE an erection of the penis ...19C Brit. sl.
TOP SERGEANT a first sergeant ...1898 US military sl.
TOP SERGEANT a masculine lesbian ...1940s gay sl.
TOP SET a woman's breasts ...1980s sl.
TENNESSEE QUICKSTEP diarrhoea ...US Civil War usage
TENNY RUNNERS tennis shoes, running shoes, or other such rubber-soled footwear ...1969 Amer. sl.
THAT ISN'T HAY that is a large sum; that is not insignificant ...1943 Amer. sl.
THATCH pubic hair ...1933 Amer. sl.
THAT'S CLOSE! What you just said is completely wrong! ...1950s Amer. sl.
THICK AS FIDDLERS IN HELL very plentiful ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
THICK HEAD a headache; often applied to a headache caused by alcohol ...1991 sl.
THIN AS VANITY very thin; said of persons, fabrics, etc. ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
THIRD EAR intuition
THREE SHAKES OF A DEAD SHEEP'S TAIL a very short time ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
THREES AND EIGHTS best wishes, good luck; used as a sign-off ...CB sl.
THROUGH-OTHER confused ...1590, chiefly Scot.
THROW AWAY THE BABY WITH THE BATHWATER to reject what is essential or valuable along with the inessential or useless OED 2007
THROW THE HOOKS to persuade victims with deception or flattery
...1887 Amer. criminals' sl.
THROW UP ONE'S HEEL TAPS to vomit ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
THROW UP YOUR SHOE-TAPS to be extremely nauseated ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TIB formerly, a typical name for a woman of the lower classes; also, a girl or lass; a sweetheart; a mistress, a young woman of low or loose character; a strumpet
TIB a goose ...1622 obs. sl.
TIB OF THE BUTTERY a goose ...1622 obs. sl.
TIBBY-CAT a female cat ...1828 Eng. dial.
TICKLE-HEADED light-minded, easily influenced ...1583 obs.
TICKLE-HEELED having nimble or active heels ...1737 obs.
TICKLE-PITCHER a sot, a toss-pot, a pot-companion ...a1700 sl.
TICKLESOME difficult, critical, delicate, precarious ...1585 now Eng. dial.
TICKLE-TAIL a loose or wanton woman ...c1430 now Eng. dial.
TICKLE-TAIL a schoolmaster; a rod ...1785 sl.
TICKLY-BENDERS thin ice which bends under one's weight ...1853
TICO a person from Costa Rica ...1905 sl., chiefly US
TID a fit or favourable time of season; an opportunity, occasion ...1721 Scot.
TID a humour, mood, or fancy to do something ...a1774 Scot.
TID a girl or woman ...1888
TIGHT REIN, THE good advice ...1980s Aust. sl.
TIN SOLDIER a prostitute's client, usually middle-class or upper-class, who doesn't want sex but only to act as a servant or 'slave' to the prostitute ...1970s sl.
TADPOLE an insignificant person ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TAG-LOCKS the coarse wool of sheep about the hinder parts, matted together by wet and dirt ...1796 Eng. dial.
TAIVER to wander; to delay ...1876 Scot.
TAIVER to talk idly, foolishly, or wildly; to rave ...Bk1905 Scot.
TAIVERS rags, tatters, tears ...1846 Scot.
TAIVERS wild, raving words ...1895 Scot.
TAKE A TURN AMONG THE CABBAGES to have sexual intercourse ...19C sl.
TAKE A TURN IN ABRAHAM'S BOSOM to have sexual intercourse ...19C sl.
TAKE BITE AND SUP to partake of food ...1890 Eng. dial.
TAKE BY THE HAND to marry ...Bk1905 Scot.
TAKE BY THE HEAD to intoxicate ...Bk1905 Eng. dial.
TAKE DOWNTOWN in baseball: to hit a home run off (a pitcher) ..1978 Amer. sl.
TAKE FAT to take offense ...1898 Eng. dial.
TAKEFUL capturing, arresting ...1901 Eng. dial.
TAKEN-LIKE pleased ...1899 Scot.
TAKE IT ON ONE'S TOES to escape from prison or impending arrest ...1950s sl.
TAKE-ON a woman living with a man who is not her husband ...Bk1905 Eng. dial.
TAKE ONE'S PUMPS OFF to lay aside all restraint ...1881 Ireland
TAKE THE COW to lose heart ...Bk1905 Eng. dial.
TAKE THE DOOR OVER ONE'S HEAD to leave a room ...1892 Scot.
TAKE THE SANDS to flee the country; to take safety in flight ...1785 Scot.
TAKE THE TUCK OUT OF to exhaust; to dispirit ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TAKE TO ONE'S BEATERS to run away ...Bk1905 N. Ireland
TAKE UP MOULD AND STONE to take permanent possession ...Bk1905 Scot. obs.
TAKE YOUR BACK TRACKS to recant, to retract, to acknowledge error
TAKIE of food: lasting ...Bk1905 Scot. obs.
TAKING an attack of illness; a sudden seizure of pain; a sore, a swelling
...1804-12 Eng. dial.
TAKING food or drink ...1873 Eng. dial.
TAKING a state of excitement, grief, or perplexity; a fit of petulance or temper; a dilemma; a sorry plight or condition ...1899 Eng. dial.
TAKING death ...1901 Eng. dial.
TAKING a swarm of bees ...Bk1905 Eng. dial.
TAKING-DISEASE an infectious illness ...Bk1905 Eng. dial.
TALE'S-MAN the authority for a statement, one who brings news or originates a statement ...1768 Scot.
TALK THIN to talk in a low voice ...Bk1905 Eng. dial.
TALLER THAN A STACKPOLE very tall ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TALLER THAN THE MORAL LAW very tall ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TEAR UP JACK to make a great commotion ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SUBCHARGE a second dish or course ...c1480 obs.
SUBCINERITIOUS baked under ashes ...1656 obs. rare
SUBCINERITIOUS somewhat ash-coloured, greyish ...1657 obs.
SUBDIAL being in the open air, or under the open sky ...1647 obs. rare
SUBDISTINCTION a comma or semicolon ...1636 obs.
SUBDITITIOUS surreptitiously or fraudulently substituted; suppositious ...1656 obs. rare
SUBDITITIOUS placed underneath ...1657 obs. rare
SUBETH unhealthy or morbid sleep ...1398 obs.
SUBFERULARY under school discipline ...1852
SUBINDICATE to indicate indirectly; to hint ...1659 obs. or arch.
SUBINDICATION a slight inclination or token ...1655-87 obs, or arch,
SUBINDICATIVE indirectly indicative or suggestive ...1822 obs. or arch.
SUBINTELLIGENCE an implication ...1630 rare
SUBITANE sudden; rash ...1633 obs.
SUBITANEOUSNESS suddenness ...1727 obs.
SUBITANY sudden, hasty, unexpected; hastily produced or constructed ...1603 obs,
SUBITARY (adj.) suddenly or hastily done, made, etc. ...1600 obs. rare
SUBITE sudden, hasty ...1483 obs.
SUBLATE to remove; to take away ...a1548 obs.
SUBLATED exalted, excited ...1647 obs.
SUBLATION the act of taking away; removal ...1626
SUBLATION a lifting up; elevation ...1653 obs.
SUBLEVATE raised, exalted ...1523 obs.
SUBLEVATION the act of raising or lifting; elevation; also, a particular point of elevation or height ...1556 obs.
SUBLEVATION a rising, a revolt ...1613-18 obs.
SUBMARINE RACES lover's lane ...1960s Amer. sl.
SUBMISS of the voice: low, uttered in an undertone, subdued ...1604 obs.
SUBMISS submissive to ...1570 obs. exc. arch.
SUBMONITION a gentle admonition, suggestion, or reproving ...1562 obs.
SUBRUINAN underneath ruins ...1881
SUCK A RICH TEAT to gain money lightly earned ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SUMMER CABBAGE an umbrella ...19C sl.
SUPERGLOBBERSLOPTIOUS very fine, excellent ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SUPERSPADRATIC splendid, very fine ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SWELLELLEGOUS beautiful, elegant, splendid ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SWIDDLE to scatter, to dribble ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SWINGLE a promiscuous single person, esp. one in search of a sexual partner
...1967 N. Amer. sl.
SWUZZY fine, attractive, admirable ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SQUARE JOHN a conventional person ...1934 sl. N. Amer.
SQUARESVILLE a conventional place or institution ...1956 sl., orig. US
SQUEEZE a girlfriend or lover ...1980 sl., chiefly US
STARCHY said of someone who is very stiff or conventional ...1823 sl., orig. US
STARVED FIT TO EAT THE LAMB O' GOD very hungry ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
STICK THE NUT ON SOMEONE to butt someone with the head ...Brit. sl.
STICK-IN-THE-MUDDISH conventional, conservative ...1936 sl.
STIFFIN' AND JIVIN' showing off ...1960s Amer. sl.
STIVVER to go, to run, to hasten ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
STOKED excited, enthusiastic ...1960s Amer. sl.
STOVE UP stiff from overwork ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
STRAIGHT WITH THE WORLD out of debt ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
STRAVAIG to wander about aimlessly ...L18 orig. & chiefly Scot., Irish. & N. Eng. dial.
STRAW IN THE WIND a small but significant indicator of the (future) course of events
STRAWBERRY a nose having the colour of a strawberry, esp. as the result of heavy drinking ...E20
STRAWBERRY a sore or bruise, esp. one caused by friction with the ground
...1921 N. Amer. colloq.
SUADE to persuade ...1531 now rare or Eng. dial.
SUADIBLE that may be easily persuaded ...1382 obs. rare
SUASIBLE capable of being persuaded; that is easily persuaded ...1582 rare
SUASION the act or fact of exhorting or urging; persuasion ...c1374
SUASIVE having or exercising the power of persuading or urging ...1601
SUASIVE a persuasive speech, motive or influence ...1670
SUASORIAN tending to persuade; persuasive ...1646 obs. rare
SUASORY tending to persuade; persuasive ...1576 now rare
SUASORY a persuasive speech, motive or influence ...1625 obs.
SUAVEOLENCE fragrance ...1657 obs.
SUAVIFY to make affable ...1847 rare
SUAVILOQUENCE pleasing or agreeable speech or manner of speaking ...a1649 rare
SUAVILOQUY pleasing or agreeable speech; a sweet or pleasant manner of speaking ...1658 rare
SUAVITUDE sweetness; gentleness ...1512 obs. rare
SUBACT to subdue; to bring into subjection ...1645 obs.
SUBACTION subjection, subdual ...1656 obs.
SUBAID to give secret aid to ...1597 obs. rare
SMACK-SMOOTH perfectly smooth, level, or even ...obs. exc. Eng. dial.
SMURR UP to gradually become a bit hazy ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SMURRY hazy ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SNAFFLE talk; chatter ...Bk1896 sl.
SNANGLE to snarl, to tangle ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SNAP CASE a bizarre person ...1960s Amer. sl.
SNARF to eat quickly and rudely ...1960s Amer. sl.
SNEAKINS-MEAKINS a mean person ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SNIPTIOUS fine, attractive, splendid ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SNOOTY snobbish, pretentious ...1919 sl.
SNORTER a stentorian braggart ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SNORTLE to snort ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SOCKDOLAGER a decisive reply, argument, etc. ...Amer. sl.
SOCKDOLAGER a heavy, finishing blow ...Amer. sl.
SOCKDOLAGER something unusually large, heavy, etc. ...Amer. sl.
SOCKEROO a notable success ...1940 Amer. sl.
SOFT DOWNSTAIRS in boxing: weak in the midsection ...1981 Amer. boxing usage
SOUND ON THE GOOSE reliable; dependable ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SOW-CAT a she cat ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SPANFIRED NEW brand new ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SPEAR-CARRIER an unimportant participant ...1960 sl.
SPERM WAIL outburst of sound from a male during orgasm ...UK playground sl.
SPIDER'S LEGS the stray hairs that 'escape' from the edges of a girl's bikini or underwear ...UK playground sl.
SPIFFING wonderful, pretty damn good ...c1930s UK playground sl.
SPINORT a stylish person ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SPINORTIC neat, trim, stylish ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SPINORTY fancy, fussy, dressy, stylish ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SPLENDIDIOUS splendid, magnificent ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
SPLIB a Black person ...1964 US Black sl.
SPLIT ARSE an uncomplimentary term for a female ...c2000s playground sl.
SPLIT THE SCENE AND LEAVE IT CLEAN to leave ...1960s Amer. sl.
SPROG a child ...1945 Brit. sl.
SPROUT a child ...1934 US sl.