CHUMPIE a fool; anyone gullible or easily taken in ..L19 sl.
CONVOY serial sex between a woman and multiple male partners ...2004 Fiji usage
CREAMED intoxicated with alcohol ...M20 US sl.
DAFTRIE fun, mirth ...Bk1900 Scot.
DANCERESS a female dancer ...1388 obs. exc. as a nonce word
DARKLY dark, gloomy ...1821 Eng. dial.
DIDDLE to masturbate ...1934 sl.
DO THE BOLT to run away, esp. when caught committing a misdemeanour ...Aust. sl.
DUDINKUS a thing ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
FACTIONATE to join together in a faction; to band together ...1611 obs.
FIRKYTOODLE to perform sexual play ...18C Brit. sl.
FLERGLE to copulate ...M20 US sl.
FLYING PASTY human dung wrapped in paper and thrown about as an act of
vandalism...E19 Brit. sl.
FRIBBLE a silly oaf ...17C Brit. sl.
FUZZLE to make someone or oneself drunk ...E17 Brit. sl.
GET A GOOD SCALD ON to have good results with ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
GOBSLOPTIOUS splendid, fine ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
GRIFTER a small-time criminal ...1915 US sl.
HAIG-RAIG bewildered ...1892 Eng. dial.
HALF-SIR a churl; a miser ...1843 Ireland
HARPIE a shrewish virago ...M20 US sl.
HICKEY something of little consequence ...E20 chiefly N. Amer.
HOTTING (n.) joyriding in stolen high-performance cars, esp. dangerously and for show
...1991 Brit. sl.
IDLEMAN one who has no occupation; formerly, in Ireland, a 'gentleman', as opposed to a
working man ...1331 rare
JACK SPRAT a dwarf; a very small man ...17C sl.