PUG a boxer, a fighter ...1858 UK sl.
PULL SOMEONE'S COVERS to reveal a person's true character ...1970 US sl.
PUSH FIRE to urge others into a fight, with no intention of participating oneself
...20C W. Indies sl.
QUAG to shake: said of something soft or flabby ...1611 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
RAKE to gad about ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
RAPSCALLION a worthless wretch ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
RIG an unscrupulous person ...Bk1903 sl.
RUBBER JOHNNY a condom ...1980 sl.
SCRAG to kill deliberately ...1930 US sl.
SHEPHERD a police spy; an informer ...Bk1902 sl.
SKAG a promiscuous woman ...1980s sl.
SNAVEL to steal or grab ...a1790 sl., now chiefly Aust.
STONKER to kill deliberately ...1917 sl., chiefly Aust. & NZ
TAIVERSUM tedious, fatiguing ...Bk1905 Scot.
TANKERABOGUS a name for the devil ...Bk1905 Eng. dial.
TICK to beat, pulse, throb ...1868
TORCH UP to smoke marijuana ...1960s drugs sl.
VALETUDE good health; condition as to health ...a1560 obs. rare
WHURTLE to whirl ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
ABRAHAM the penis ...19C jocular
ACE to lead ...1950s US sl.
ADAM'S OWN the female genitals ...19C Brit. sl.
ALEXANDER a telephone ...1999 UK sl.
AMBASSADOR the penis ...1927 Amer. jocular
ANGEL'S FOOTSTOOL the highest sail of a full-rigged vessel ...1883 Amer. jocular
AS IT CAME FROM ITS MOTHER of drinks: unmixed with water ...Bk1902 colloq,
BABEL a confused medley of sounds; meaningless noise ...E16
BAD EGG a person or scheme that comes to no good
BALL-BREAKER a difficult, boring or exasperating job, problem, or situation
...1950s sl., orig. US
BASE-BEGOTTEN born out of wedlock ...1793 Amer. dial.
BEAR STORY an exaggerated account; a 'tall tale' ...1856 Amer. dial.
BEHOODLE to annoy, to harass, to bother ...1967 Amer. dial.
BIBLIOMANIA a passion for the collecting and possession of books ...M18
BLOW DOMES to amaze, to astound ...1990s US sl.
BOWSIE bad, evil, malicious ...1914 Irish sl.
BUTTERED SCONE a woman who has had intercourse with one man and is about to
repeat this immediately with a new partner ...M17 sl.
CABINED cramped, hampered, confined in action, thought, etc. ...1854
CADDOCK the stomach ...M19 UK criminals' sl.
CAKE OUT to dress in a rakish manner ...1920s US sl.
CARRY-AWAY a robbery in which a safe is taken and opened at leisure away from the
crime scene ...1958 US sl.
CHUMMY a person ...1910s sl.
COOLER the female buttocks ...E19 sl.
CRONK dishonest, corrupt ...1889 Aust. sl.