• ABSQUATULATE to leave, to depart, especially hastily, or furtively; to abscond
...1830 Amer. dial.
• AIR OUT to flee, to escape, to leave ...1942 Amer. dial.
• BAIL to leave; to play truant ...1970s US Black & teen sl.
• BAIL OUT to leave in a hurry, to run off to escape from a difficult situation
...1940s US sl.
• BEAT to leave a place quickly ...1959 Amer. sl.
• BEAT FEET to leave; to clear out ...1944 Amer. sl.
• BLAST to leave ...1933 Amer. sl.
• BONE OUT to leave quickly ...1993 US sl.
• BOUNCE to leave 1996 US sl.
• BUDGE to leave ...M18 sl.
• BUG OUT 1. to pack up and retreat ...military, Korean war sl.
- 2. to get out of somewhere fast ...Bk1990 Amer. sl.
• BUNG OFF to leave ...20C sl.
• BUNK to leave, to be off ...L19 sl.
• CHASE to run off, to leave ...L19 US sl.
• DUST IT to leave quickly, to run off ...L19 US sl.
• HAUL ASS to move fast, hurry, leave ...M20 sl.
• HIVE OFF to leave ...20C Aust. sl.
• MIZZLE to leave, to go quickly; to escape ...L18 sl.
• MOSEY to leave quickly; to decamp ...1820 Amer.
• MOTIVATE to leave ...1955 US sl.
• MOTOR to leave quickly ...1980 US sl.
• OBSQUATULATE to leave, to depart, especially hastily, or furtively; to abscond
...1830 Amer. dial.
• PIKE to hasten off, go away quickly ...LME obs. sl.
• SPLIT to leave, to depart ...1950s sl.
• BOTTLE UP AND GO to leave ...1947 US sl.
• COP A FINAL to leave ...1940s US Black sl.
• COP A WALK to leave ...1950s US sl.
• GIVE THE BAG to leave (a person) suddenly ...1592
• HIT THE STREET to leave; to go out for the night ...1960s sl., orig. US
• HIT THE TRAIL to leave ...19C sl., orig. US
• HIT THE WIND to leave quickly, to run away ...20C US Black sl.
New words/phrases added: (or about to be!)
TOAD STABBER a sword; a knife; a bayonet ...US Civil War usage
TOAD STICKER a sword; a knife; a bayonet ...US Civil War usage
TINNED drunk ...L19 sl.
STAND-AND-SHIVER a river ...Bk1903 rhyming sl.
STUMPY money ... Bk1903 sl.
SPANKERS money ... Bk1903 sl.
A SMACK IN THE EYE a sharp rebuff; a setback ...colloq.
SLUMMOCKY slovenly, untidy ...M19 chiefly Eng. dial. & colloq.
SICCICATE to make dry ...1639 obs. rare
SIALOQUENT spitting much in one's speech ...1656 obs.
RUM RIGGING fine clothes ...c1696 sl.
RIMBLE-RAMBLE nonsense ...Bk1903 sl.
RIMBLE-RAMBLE nonsensical ...1690 sl.
PUNCH THE BAG to complain; to talk at length, to gossip, to chat ...1901 Amer. sl.
PLAY REX to handle roughly and terribly ...1586 sl.
OLD WOODPECKER one who would be hard to take by surprise ...US Civil War usage
NO ARSE! like hell! ...20C W. Indies
MORE HOLY THAN RIGHTEOUS applied to a tattered garment or person ...Bk1903 colloq.
LERRICOMPOOP to have sexual intercourse ...Bk1903 sl.