• SMACKEROO a coin or note of money; a dollar; a pound
...E20 sl., orig. N. Amer.
• STIFF a dull and generally unpleasant person ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
• STUMP-OF-THE-GUTTER a short, squat, dumpy person ...1764 sl.
• TAIT OFF to dress up smartly ...Bk1905 Eng. dial.
• TANRACKET a racket, noise, confusion; a noisy crowd
...Bk1905 Eng. dial.
• THREE BLUE BEANS IN ONE BLUE BLADDER futile, pointless (if noisy)
talk ...L16 sl.
• TIGHT to attract, to entice, to allure ...c1000 obs.
• TRIM (mainly derogatory) a woman, often with an implication of
promiscuity ...1955 US sl.
• UNK-PAY a chump or a dupe ...E20 US Pig Latin for 'punk'
• WAGON WHEEL a cartwheel, handspring or somersault
...1926 Amer. dial.
• WHITE-SHOE (derogatory) effeminate ...1957 sl., chiefly US
• ABERGAVENNY a penny ...Brit. rhyming sl.
• ABRAM-MAN one of a set of vagabonds who wandered about the country
soon after the dissolution of the religious houses; the provision of the poor
in those places being cut off, and no other substituted ...1561
• ACCUBATION the posture of reclining, esp. at table ...M17 obs.
• ACTIVE CITIZEN a louse ...E19 Brit. & US sl.
• AIRYATED over-excited, angry ...1920s sl.
• ALPENGLOW the rosy light of the setting of rising of the sun seen on high
• ANCHOR STRAWBERRY a prune ...1960 US nautical sl.
• ARKYMALARKEY nonsense ...1930s US sl.
• ASS-POOTS beans ...1968 Amer. sl.
• BABY-TROUGH a children's cradle or playpen ...1953 Amer. dial.
• BAG a sexually promiscuous woman; a prostitute ...1893 Amer. sl.
• BANG THE BOX to play dance music on a piano ...20C Amer. sl.
• BAX! dirty! filthy! often used as a warning to children ...1982 Amer. dial.
• BEDRITE to soil with excrement; to dirty ...Bk1911 Scot.