SHEILA a young woman; a girlfriend ...1832 sl., now Aust. & NZ
SINGLE-EYED sincere, honest, straightforward
SMOKE (derogatory or offensive) a Black person ...1913 US sl.
STEWED drunk, fully intoxicated ...1960s Amer. sl.
STUFFY angry, sulky, obstinate ...Bk1904 Amer. sl.
SWEETBACK MAN a woman's lover; a lady's man ...1929 US sl.
TANG the tongue of a snake or viper ...Bk1905 Eng. dial.
THREE SHAKES OF A DEAD SHEEP'S TAIL a very short time ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TOOTSEY-WOOTSEY a young woman; a girlfriend; a term of address
...1895 sl., chiefly US
VAILABLE of sufficient means; solvent ...1609 Scot. rare
WHATD'YECALLUM anything for which one has no precise name ...L16 sl.
ABECEDARIAN one occupied in learning the alphabet ...1603
ABRAHAM'S-BOSOM the female pudendum ...Bk1909 sl.
ACEREBRAL brainless; unintelligent; unthinking ...M20
ADJUVANCY assistance, help ...1884
ALGERNON a young upper-class male ...Brit. sl.
AMADAN a foolish person ...Irish sl.
ANGEL a naive or otherwise exploitable person who may be imposed upon for money or
other favours; the prospective victim of a swindle; an innocent ...1882 Amer. sl.
ARMPIT OF THE WORLD the worst place ...1968 US sl.
A-WIPER one who curries favour; a toady ...1968 Amer. dial.
BACKSIDE-BEFORE backwards; in reversed position; inside out ...1920s Amer. dial.
BALD-HEADED foolish ...1884 Amer. dial.
BARN BOSS a dominating wife ...1969 Amer. jocular
BEAN a term of disparagement ...Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
BEFF a stupid person ...Bk1911 Scot.
BEST MAID a bridesmaid ...1864 Scot.
BLANKET DRILL sleep ...Bk1944 service sl.
BOOST, THE the shoplifting profession ...Bk1914 criminals' sl.
BURN OIL to chew tobacco ...1922 Amer. navy sl.
CABBAGIO PERFUMO a cheap cigar ...L19 sl.
CADAVERATE to render lifeless; to reduce to dead matter ...1657 obs.
CAKE a beautiful girl or young woman ...1941 US Black sl.
CARRY A GREAT FACE to have an appearance of importance ...1674 obs.
CHOPS lips ...1950s Amer. sl.
COOL DEAL! an exclamation of approval or admiration ...1990s US campus sl.
CRIVENS! exclamation of shock, horror, or astonishment ...1999 UK sl.
DAGGED-ASS a slatternly woman ...Bk1900 Eng. dial.
DANDER to stroll, to saunter, to wander; to trifle, to misspend one's time; to hobble
...L16 Scot. & Eng. dial.
DARRICKY rotten, decayed ...1851 Eng. dial.
DIDO liquor; gin ...E20 US sl.
DO ONE'S NUT to be very angry, anxious, or upset ...Aust. sl.