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To sit in the front passenger seat of a vehicle. 1) Whenever we take a trip in Billy's pickup, Sally always rides shotgun.
A person with bad habits or a questionable lifestyle; someone who doesn't amount to much in society. 1) Don't lend Billy any money. He's a low-life and he'll never repay you. 2) I don't understand how they could let such a low-life out of prison.
lush Synonyms: . So when you "pack heat" you become a container for a gun or put a gun on your body. So a 'boozehound' is someone who pursues liquor like a dog hunting prey.you never know who might be packing heat. Definition: Example: Etymology: Someone who drinks a lot of whiskey.Definition: Example: To carry a gun 1) Be careful when you're out late at night -.he is a black belt in karate. Etymology: "Heater" is slang for gun. 2) You never had to tell Dirty Harry to pack heat -he was always carring a . a drunk. in your clothes.he has half a bottle of Johnnie Walker Red for lunch ! A 'hound' is a hunting dog. 1) Tom is quite a boozehound -. dangerous 1) Getting into a fight with Tim is very dicey -. Definition: Example: Risky. and 'booze' is liquor.44 Magnum. and "pack" means 'a container' or 'to fold up' or 'to put away'.
disgusting. Definition: Example: Depressed or upset. Etymology: Synonyms: Derived from the Flemish word 'fonck'. OK ? Etymology'Hush' means 'quiet'. 2) Holly is in a funk about her new haircut.Definition: Very secret Example: 1) The operation was so hush-hush that even the commanding officer didn't know all of the details. unappealing. So something that is 'hush-hush' should not be discussed or exposed in public. got the blues Definition: Example: Displeasing. 1) Your kitchen is so icky ! Why don't you bother to clean it up ? . meaning 'disturbed' or 'agitated'. This phrase dates back to World War I. when it referred to military secrets. She thinks it's much too short. 2) Let's keep that information hush-hush. 1) This winter weather really has me in a funk.
1) "Eat lead!" yelled the bank robber as he fired his gun at the police outside. the intended target might be 'eating lead' -. the phrase is directed toward the intended target. gross Synonyms Definition: One who is shot at with a gun is said to 'eat lead'. Example: Etymology: .that is.Etymology The word may be derived from 'sticky'. as an exclamation. bringing the bullet inside their body. A bullet is made of lead so when a gun is fired at someone. which describes something that attaches itself to you in an unwanted and unpleasant way.