• DOG OF A DIFFERENT HAIR, A a person or thing of a different kind
...Bk1905 Eng. dial.
• DOWNHILLS dice that are loaded so as to roll a low number ...1662 sl.
• DUMB OX an oaf; a heavy dullard ...20C US colloq.
• EVIL one's wife ...E19 sl.
• FADE to take a nap ...1967 Amer. dial.
• FARMER'S HAIRCUT a closely trimmed cut which leaves a band of light
skin contrasting with the tanned portions of neck and face, especially
above the ears ...1984 Amer. dial.
• FLASH ONE'S STICKS to expose one's pistols ...1812 sl.
• FLUNKEE one who is expelled, due to failing examinations ...1920s sl.
• FRENCH PRINTS obscene pictures ...M19 colloq.
• FUNKY-ASS excellent, exciting ...1960s US Black sl.
• GAZONGAS the breasts; extremely well-shaped breasts ...20C US sl.
• GO TO THE BOW-WOWS 'go to the dogs'; to fail ...1839 Amer. sl.
• GROOVE a phonograph record ...1960s Amer. sl.
• GUN AND BOMB a condom ...2003 UK rhyming sl.
• GUT to eat like a glutton ...17C sl.
• GUY-A-WHACK to run off, to leave quickly ...L19 Aust. sl.
• HAG one who does another's tasks; a drudge ...Bk1905 Eng. dial.
• HALF AND HALF tipsy ...E18 sl. & Eng. dial.
• HARD NUT a dangerous foe; a tough individual; a difficult challenge
...1884 US sl.
• HEAVE ANCHOR to die ...1925 Amer. sl.
• HOOK a harlot; a prostitute, a hooker ...1918 Amer. sl.
• ICHTHYOPHAGIST a fish-eater ...1727
• ILLABORIOUS not laborious; lazy ...a1631 obs. rare
• JABBLE to splash or agitate a liquid ...Scot.
• JERRY a chamber-pot ...Bk1896 sl.
• JOLLOP strong liquor or a measure of liquor ...1920s sl.