BELLY-PAUNCH a glutton ...M16
BIBLIOPHILY love of books ...L19
BINNY the belly ...1908 Amer. dial., nursery usage
BLACKBOARD ERASER a schoolchild who makes a special effort to get in good with the
teacher in hopes of getting a better grade ...1967 Amer. dial.
BODGE UP to ruin; to wreck ...Aust. sl.
BOYS' TOWN the junior officers' quarters on shipboard ...1979-88 Amer. sl.
BY THE MACK! an exclamatory form of asseveration ...c1560 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
CACHINNATOR a loud or immoderate laugher ...18??
CADILLAC in the language of the homeless: a shopping cart ...1997 US sl.
CALEFACTORY warming; serving to heat ...1530
CHARLIE BROWN! an exclamation indicating surprise ...20C Amer. sl.
CHOC liquor; alcohol ...E20 US sl.
COBBER a friend ...1893 Aust. & NZ sl.
CRACK IT FOR A QUID to work as a prostitute ...1960s Aust. sl.
CUT THE CACKLE AND GET TO THE HORSES to come to the point, usually used as an
imperative ...L19 sl.
DAMACKIE a girl, a young woman ...Bk1900 Scot.
DANIC Danish ...1613 obs.
DEMON a police officer ...1889 Aust. sl.
DIRTY WORK AT THE CROSSROADS illegal activity, esp. if concealed ...1938 US sl.
DOUBLE DOME an intellectual, a scholar, esp. one who seems to hold eccentric or
impractical opinions ...1930s sl.
FABULOUS DROP an attractive young woman ...1940s Aust. sl.
FARTHOLE a contemptible person ; an obnoxious or foolish person ...1970 Amer. sl.
FLASH THE FLAG to sport an apron ...Bk1893 sl.
FLUMMYDIDDLE nonsense ...19C US sl.
FREAK-OUT a complete panic and loss of control ...1970 US sl.