more slang slung

1. bilge : nonsense ; empty talk (from 1906)

2. billy-goat in stays :  an effeminate officer , naval ( 1870-1885)

3. bobbery : a noise , disturbance , squabble ( from 1800 )

4. chin music : conversation ( ca, 1875 )

5. daisy kicker : a horse ( ca. 1770 )

6. do a star pitch : to sleep in the open ( ca. 1850 )

7. ear-biter : a persistent borrower

8. flivver : a cheap motor car ( 1920 )

9. glass eyes : a person wearing spectacles

10. yackum : human excrement ( C. 19-20 )

11. zizz : to sleep ( Mostly R.A.F. , since 1930 )

add-on 12  .   nobble : as in nobble the (prize) pig [ I have no idea ! ]

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2 responses to “more slang slung

  1. Good, but you forgot “nobble,” as in “…nobble the [prize] pig.”

  2. Due to the wonder of technology , I’ve later added nobble , albeit without a definition . I will begin to use nobble in everyday conversation as I see fit until , one day , a wordsmith forges me a valid definition .

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