DO THE BIZZ to engage in sexual activity ...1995 Irish sl.
DUST to kill deliberately ...1972 sl., orig. US
FACTIST a poet or play-maker ...1775 obs.
FISH a person easily fooled ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
FLESH the genitals, male or female ...20C sl.
FLYING BLOWTORCH a jet fighter airplane ...Bk1974 Amer. sl.
FRET ONE'S KIDNEY to worry ...M16 sl.
FUTZ AROUND to goof off; to waste time; to play aimlessly when there is work to be done
...20C US sl.
GEEZER a stingy or peculiar man ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
GO TO CA-CA to defecate ...L19 sl.
GRASSHOPPER a police officer ...1893 Brit. sl.
HALF AND HALF bisexual ...M20 US sl.
HAWK ONE'S MUTTON to work as a prostitute ...1937 sl.
HOSE to cheat or deceive ...E20 US sl.
IN THE NUDDY in the nude ...1953 Aust. sl.
JAMBLED intoxicated with alcohol ...E18 US sl.
JIGGLE to copulate ...Bk1896 sl.
JUKE a brothel ...1935 sl., orig. US
KIFF a marijuana cigarette ...2003 UK sl.
KONK the head ...1960s Amer. sl.
LEAD THE DANCE to take the lead in any course of action ...c1325
MACHINATION the act or process of contriving or planning; contrivance, intrigue, plotting;
an intrigue, plot, scheme ...1549
MAILIE a cow without horns ...1881 Eng. dial.
MARSHMALLOW a soft, weak person or thing ...Bk1950s US sl.
MOUNTAIN BOOMER one from the outlying districts; an uncouth person
...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
NAUTCH BROAD a prostitute working in a brothel ...1942-49 Amer. sl.
NOSE RAG a handkerchief ...Aust. sl.
ON A HIDING TO NOTHING in a position from which there can be no successful
PAVEMENT PRINCESS a prostitute who touts for business over the radio network
...1976 Citizens' band jargon
POCKET-THUNDER the breaking of wind ...19C sl.
PUDDING an unborn child ...Brit. sl.
PULL DOWN ONE'S EAR to get money from a person, esp. as a tip
...c1870 Cockneys' sl.
PUNCTURE to deflower ...19C Brit. sl.
PUTA (derogatory) a promiscuous woman ...1967 sl.
RAIL a vagrant ...Bk1905 Eng. dial.
RAMP-SCUTTLE a romp; a tomboy ...Bk1905 Scot.
RICHARD SNARY a dictionary ...Bk1903 rhyming sl.
ROOT a woman considered solely as a sexual partner ...1961 Aust. sl.
SCHLEP to go, to travel ...Brit. sl.
SHARMUS a police officer ...1925 US sl.