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.