CABALLO heroin ...1950s drugs sl.
CACKLING-COVE an actor ...c1830 theatrical sl.
CAG to irritate; to annoy; to affront; to anger ...1801 Eng. dial.
CALICO a girl ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
CHICKEN MONEY the pay of an enlisted man when retired ...Bk1913-17 Amer. navy sl.
COME THE ACID DROP to act contrarily, or aggressively; to argue; to be unpleasant or offensive; to speak in a caustic or sarcastic manner ...1910s sl.
CRACKERJACKS smokers of crack cocaine ...1980s drugs sl.
DA-DILLY a helpless, useless person ...Bk1900 Ireland
DAMMARET a lady's man; 'one that spends his whole time in the entertaining or courting of women' ...1635 obs.
DIDDLE to have sex ...1870 sl., now chiefly US
DOG BREATH a contemptible person; used as a term of abuse ...2000 US sl.
EARTHFALL a fall of earth or a landslide
FICE a worthless dog ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
FLATCH a half ...Bk1893 back-slang
FRAIL a woman ...1899 sl., chiefly US
FUNNY STUFF alcohol ...1980s Aust. prison sl.
GIN-CRAWL a drinking bout on gin ...1883 sl.
GOOGY EYES amorous glances ...1910s US sl.
HAG a thick white mist or fog ...1794 Eng. dial.
HAVE HAIR ON ONE'S CHEST to be brave, to be plucky ...1950s sl.
HOOKED UP attractive, well put together; hence, well-dressed or intelligent
...1933 Amer. sl.
IRISH ASSURANCE boldness, shamelessness ...L18 sl.
JERRY-SNEAK a henpecked husband ...1763 sl.
JOHNNY NEWCOME a newcomer of any kind
KISS-OFF a sudden, usually offensive dismissal ...sl.
LARGE CHARGE big excitement ...1960s Amer. sl.
MACK-LIKE tidy, neat, seemly, well-proportioned; adapted to the purpose ...1822 Scot.
MAJOR-MINDIT haughty in demeanour ...Bk1905 Scot. obs.
MEFFER a dirty, smelly individual; a person with disgusting habits
...c1960s UK playground sl.
MUTTON DAGGER the penis ...sl.
NIG-NOG (derogatory or offensive) a Black person ...1959 sl.
O'BRIEN'S DOG one who is all things to all people ...20C Irish sl.
PACK UP ONE'S AWLS AND BE GONE to depart for good ...M17 colloq.
PIGEON-HOLE the female genitals ...19C sl.
POOSHEY a coward ...1960s Ulster sl.