• SKEEZICKS a mean, contemptible fellow ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
• SOUVENIR to take something as a 'souvenir'; to pilfer, to steal
...1919 euphemism, orig. services' sl.
• STRETCH ONE'S LEGS ACCORDING TO THE COVERLET to adapt
oneself to circumstances ...Bk1904 sl.
• SUBLIMITY a high or dignified status ...1643 obs.
• TAKE THE MANTLE AND RING to vow perpetual widow hood
• TART a young homosexual companion of an older man; a male prostitute
• TITTER a young woman or girl ...1812 sl.
• TWIST (often derogatory) a young woman
...1926 rhyming sl. for 'twist-and-twirl = girl', chiefly US
• UPRIGHT WINK the female genitals ...L19 Brit. euphemism
• WELL-HOLED pert. to a woman with satisfying sexual qualities ...sl.
• ABC'S underwear ...1949 US sl.
• ABRAHAM'S BOSOM the Biblical 'heaven'
• ACEY-DEUCEY satisfactory; mediocre; so-so ...Amer. sl.
• ADS-BOBBERS! an oath
• ALKIED intoxicated with alcohol ...20C US sl.
• AMBIDEXTROUS bisexual ...20C sl.
• ANGLOPHOBIAN hating or fearing England ...1896
• ARSE ABOUT to fool about, to waste time ...20C sl.
• AUNT JENNY'S an outdoor toilet; a privy ...1966 Amer. dial.
• BACKEN to retard or delay ...1942 Amer. dial.
• BAKING BREAD in jump rope: a player runs in with a stone in his hand,
and while jumping places it on the ground, straightens up, picks up the
stone again, and runs out ...1888 Amer. dial.
• BARKING WOLF a coyote ...1867 Amer. dial. obs.
• BEAMY broad, wide, usually of a person; having a big backside
...1974 Amer. dial.
• BEGECK to deceive; to jilt; to disappoint ...Bk1911 Scot.
• BELLY-PIECE a prostitute, a mistress ...17C sl.