• POPPYHEAD an opium addict ...1950s US drugs sl.
• PUFFER a cannabis or crack cocaine user ...Brit. sl.
• PULL THE PIN to resign or retire from a job ...1927 US sl.
• PUT IN THE ACID to inform on, to tell tales about, to poison someone's
mind against ...1900s sl.
• QUERE to query ...1627 obs.
• RACKET a snowshoe, or similar device for traversing snow or soft ground
• RAGAMORFI ragged clothes ...1950s W. Indies sl.
• RAIN CURTAIN-RODS to rain hard ...20C sl.
• RAMMAGED drunk ...18C sl.
• RANK OUT to get ready; to dress ...1841 Scot.
• RATTY ON infatuated with ...L19 Aust. & NZ sl.
• RING THE CHANGES to substitute bad money for good ...1678 sl.
• SAME OLD SIX AND SEVEN same old routine, story, etc.
...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
• SEXATIONAL said of something or someone sexually sensational
...1928 sl., orig. US
• SHOWER-CAP a birth control diaphragm ...M20 US sl.
• SICK-ASS unpleasant, crazy ...1990s US sl.
• SIG to boast or pretend to a greater sophistication that one actually
possesses ...1920s US Black sl.
• SILKED TO THE BONE dressed in the height of fashion
...1940s US Black sl.
• SIMON-PURE real, genuine, authentic ...1889
• SKAINTCH somebody or something seen as repulsive, disgusting, etc.
...1990s US campus & teen sl.
• SKID BOULEVARD a jocular term for a living area for poor people
...1963 Can sl.
• SLING A NASTY FOOT to dance exceedingly well ...1834 Amer. sl.
• SNATCH BOX the vagina ...1961 UK sl.
• SNOT-BOX the nose ...19C Brit. sl.
• STAY IN YOUR OWN BACKYARD mind your own business
...c1950 Amer. dial.