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Slang Book

Slang Book

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SLANG BOOK Acapulco gold
[Acapulco gold] {n.}, {slang} Marijuana of an exceptionally high quality. * [...]acid head[acid head] {n.}, {slang} A regular user of LSD on whom [...]acid rock[acid rock] {n.}, {slang} A characteristic kind of rock in which [...]acoustic perfume[acoustic perfume] {n.}, {slang} Sound for covering up unwanted noise, such [...]all right (2)[all right (2)] {adj. phr.} 1. Good enough; correct; suitable. * [...]all shook up[all shook up] also [shook up] {adj.}, {slang} In a state [...]all wet[all wet] {adj.}, {slang} Entirely confused or wrong; mistaken. * /When [...]alley cat[alley cat] {n.}, {slang} 1. A stray cat. 2. A person [...]American IdiomsMore than 8000 idiomatic words and phrases of American English [...]angel dust[angel dust] {n.}, {slang} Phencyclidine, an addictive hallucinatory narcotic drug extremely [...]answer the call of nature[answer the call of nature] or [obey the call of nature] [...]ants in one's pants[ants in one's pants] {n. phr.}, {slang} Nervous over-activity; restlessness. * [...]arm and a leg[arm and a leg] {n.}, {slang} An exorbitantly high price that [...]Aunt Tom[Aunt Tom] {n.}, {slang}, {originally from Black English} A successful professional [...]baby kisser[baby kisser] {n.}, {slang} A person campaigning for votes in his [...]back door[back door] {n.}, {slang}, {citizen's band radio jargon} Rear of vehicle. [...]bad egg[bad egg] {n.}, {slang} A ne'er-do-well; good-for nothing; a habitual offender. [...]bad mouth (someone)[bad mouth (someone)] {v.}, {slang} To say uncomplimentary or libelous things [...]
bad news[bad news] {n.}, {slang} An event, thing, or person which is [...]bad paper[bad paper] {n.}, {slang} 1. A check for which there are [...]bad trip[bad trip] {n.}, {slang}, {also used colloquially} A disturbing or frightening [...]ball game[ball game] {n.}, {slang}, also {informal} The entire matter at hand; [...]ball up[ball up] {v.}, {slang} To make a mess of; confuse. * [...]banana oil[banana oil] {n.}, {slang} Flattery that is an obvious exaggeration; statements [...]basket case[basket case] {n.}, {slang}, {also informal} 1. A person who has [...]bats in one's belfry[bats in one's belfry] or [bats in the belfry] {n. phr.}, [...]be-in[be-in] {n.}, {slang}, {hippie culture} A gathering or social occasion with [...]beach bunny[beach bunny] {n.}, {slang} An attractive girl seen on beaches - [...]bear in the air[bear in the air] or [bear in the sky] {n. phr.}, [...]bear trap[bear trap] {n.}, {slang}, {citizen's band radio jargon} A police radar [...]beat about the bush[beat about the bush] or [beat around the bush] {v. phr.}, [...]beat all hollow[beat all hollow] also [beat hollow] {v. phr.}, {slang} To do [...]beat it[beat it] {v.}, {slang} To go away in a hurry; get [...]beat one's brains out[beat one's brains out] or [beat one's brains] {v. phr.}, {slang} [...]beat one's gums[beat one's gums] {v. phr.}, {slang} To engage in idle talk, [...]beat to the punch[beat to the punch] or [beat to the draw] {v. phr.}, [...]beaver[beaver] {n.}, {slang}, {vulgar}, {avoidable}, {citizen's band radio jargon} A female, [...]behind the eight-ball[behind the eight-ball] {adj. phr.}, {slang} In a difficult position; in [...]
belt out[belt out] {v.}, {slang} To sing with rough rhythm and strength; [...]big cheese[big cheese] or [big gun] or [big shot] or [big wheel] [...]big daddy[big daddy] {n.}, {slang}, {informal} The most important, largest thing, person [...]big deal[big deal] {interj.}, {slang}, {informal} (loud stress on the word "deal") [...]big stink[big stink] {n.}, {slang} A major scandal; a big upheaval. * [...]bingo card[bingo card] {n.}, {slang} A response card, bound into a periodical, [...]bird has flown[bird has flown] {slang} The prisoner has escaped; the captive has [...]blow a fuse[blow a fuse] or [blow a gasket] or [blow one's top] [...]blow in[blow in] {v.}, {slang} To arrive unexpectedly or in a carefree [...]blow into[blow into] {v.}, {slang} To arrive at (a place) unexpectedly or [...]blow one's brains out[blow one's brains out] {v. phr.} 1. To shoot yourself in [...]blow one's cool[blow one's cool] {v. phr.}, {slang}, {informal} To lose your composure [...]blow one's mind[blow one's mind] {v. phr.}, {slang}, {informal}; {originally from the drug [...]blow one's own horn[blow one's own horn] or [toot one's own horn] {v. phr.}, [...]blow the whistle on[blow the whistle on] {v. phr.}, {slang} 1. To inform against; [...]bonehead[bonehead] {n.}, {slang} An unusually dense or stupid person. * /John [...]bottle blond[bottle blond] {n.}, {slang} A person who is obviously not a [...]brain bucket[brain bucket] {n.}, {slang} A motorcycle helmet. * /If you want [...]brass hat[brass hat] {n.}, {slang} 1. A high officer in the army, [...]breadbasket[breadbasket] {n}, {slang} The stomach. * /John is stuffing his breadbasket [...]

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