CACKLEBERRIES AND GRUNTS bacon and eggs ...Bk1974 Amer. sl.
CACKLING-FART a hen's egg ...L17 Brit. jocular
CACKS children's shoes ...1920s Eng. dial.
CACKS knickers ...1980s sl.
CACKS trousers ...1980s teen sl.
CACODOROUS ill-smelling, malodorous ...1863 rare
CACOGEN an anti-social person
CACOGRAPHER a bad writer or speller ...1880
CACOPHONICAL ill-sounding ...1847
CADAZY mad, crazy ...1980s UK Black sl.
CADDLE trouble, bother ...1865 Eng. dial.
CADDLE disorder, disarray, confusion, disturbance ...1825 Eng. dial.
CADDLE to trouble, to disturb, to worry ...1781 Eng. dial.
CADGY wanton, lustful; amorous ...a1724 Scot. & N. Eng. dial.
CADGY cheerful; merry, friendly and hospitable; in good spirits
...1725 Scot. & N. Eng. dial.
CADS ON CASTORS bicyclists ...1880 sl.
CAD-WORM a term of derision for a man ...1630 obs.
CAESARATION! a mild oath and an exclamation ,,,L19 US sl. & colloq.
CAF UP to ingest caffeine, usually in the form of coffee, to promote one's energy
...1980s US campus sl.
CAFETERIA CATHOLIC a Roman Catholic who observes church prescriptions and prohibitions at his or her own discretion ...1980s Amer. sl.
CAFFLE to argue, to prevaricate ...M19 Eng. dial.
CAFFLE to take, to hold, to secure ...M19 UK criminals' sl.
CAFFLE to get caught up, to entangle ...UK sl.
CAFUGELTY a row, an argument ...1910s US sl.
CAGAMOSIS an unhappy marriage
CAGE OF ANGER prison ...1980s Black sl.
CAGE RATTLER a person not content with the humdrum or conventional
...1970s Amer. sl.
CAGGED irritated, angry ...E19 Eng. dial.
CAHOO-HOLE a pothole in the road ...1992 Can. sl.
CAIN AND ABEL a table ...1857 UK rhyming sl.
CAINSHAM SMOKE the tears of a man who is beaten by his wife ...L17 sl.
CAJOLERATOR CLAMP something that is non-existent, often used as a practical joke by having someone go get one ...1974 US jocular
CAJOOBLIES the female breasts ...1990s sl.