POODLE-FAKER a man who cultivates female society, esp. for professional
advancement ...1902 sl., chiefly services' usage
PUFFY very favourable; adulatory ...1980s Amer. sl.
PULL SOMEONE'S TIT to good-naturedly hoax or deceive someone; to make a fool of
someone ...1959 Aust. sl.
PUSSY a weak, harmless male; a timid person ...sl.
QUAINTISE to beautify, to adorn, to dress finely ...1390 obs.
RACKERBONE a skeleton; an emaciated person or animal ...E19 US sl.
RAG-AND-BONE SHOP a very dirty, filthy, untidy room ...c1880 colloq.
RAISE ONE DOWNSTAIRS to get a disadvantage instead of an advantage
...Bk1905 Eng. dial.
RAMSH to eat voraciously and noisily ...1827 Scot.
REVIVER a drink ...1876 sl.
ROARER anything especially loud ...Bk1903 sl.
SCANTIES women's (brief) lingerie ...1920s sl., orig. US
SHANK either of the sides of a triangle ...L16 obs.
SIDES phonograph records ...1950s Amer. sl.
SMACK CALFSKIN to swear on the Bible ...M19 sl.
STEAL OUT to hide ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
STUMER a worthless cheque; something sham ...1890 sl.
SWELLDOODLE stylish, splendid ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TANGER a deceitful person ...1886 Eng. dial.
THROW UP ONE'S HEEL TAPS to vomit ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TOP-SHELF excellent, first-class, the best ...1970s US Black sl.
UMBRELLA a fellow, usually a husband, boyfriend, or lover ...1998 rhyming sl.
VALE OF YEARS, THE the declining years of a person's life; old age ...1604
WHIZZ BOY a pickpocket ...1931 sl., orig. US
YUM-YUM TART a prostitute ...1960 euphemism