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- A large barrel for the storage of liquid, especially of alcoholic drinks.
- A casket; a small box for jewels.
- To put into a cask.
- A marine cod-like fish in the ling family Lotidae,
- Having an urge to vomit.
- In poor health.
- Mentally unstable, disturbed.
- In bad taste.
- Tired of or annoyed by something.
- Very good, excellent, awesome, badass.
- In poor condition.
- Failing to sustain adequate harvests of crop, usually specified.
- Sick people in general as a group.
- To vomit.
- To fall sick; to sicken.
- An instance of drawing something into one's mouth by inhaling.
- Fellatio of a penis.
- A weak, self-pitying person; a person who won't go along, especially out of spite; a crybaby or sore loser.
- A sycophant, especially a child.
- To use the mouth and lips to pull in (a liquid, especially milk from the breast).
- To perform such an action; to feed from a breast or teat.
- To put the mouth or lips to (a breast, a mother etc.) to draw in milk.
- To extract, draw in (a substance) from or out of something.
- To work the lips and tongue on (an object) to extract moisture or nourishment; to absorb (something) in the mouth.
- To pull (something) in a given direction, especially without direct contact.
- To perform fellatio.
- To be inferior or objectionable: a general term of disparagement, sometimes used with at to indicate a particular area of deficiency.
- A pair of twos.
- Dear (used as a pet name).
- The light clothes worn by sailors in hot climates.
- Pokeweed, Phytolacca americana (formerly
- A day taken off work due to (possibly exaggerated or supposed) illness.
- A person with unpleasant tastes, views or habits.
- A mentally ill person.
- To slake; allay; cool; quench; extinguish.
- To groan when overloaded with food; sigh with repletion.
- A draught; a gulp.
- To swallow, gulp.
- An improvised weapon consisting of a padlock placed in a sock, common in prison environments.
- A distinct flavor, especially if slight.
- A slight trace of something; a smattering.
- To get the flavor of.
- To indicate or suggest something; used with of.
- To have a particular taste; used with of.
- A small sailing vessel, commonly rigged as a sloop, used chiefly in the coasting and fishing trade and often called a fishing smack.
- A sharp blow; a slap. See also: spank.
- A loud kiss.
- A quick, sharp noise, as of the lips when suddenly separated, or of a whip.
- To slap someone, or to make a smacking sound.
- To strike a child (usually on the buttocks) as a form of discipline. (US spank)
- To wetly separate the lips, making a noise, after tasting something or in expectation of a treat.
- To kiss with a close compression of the lips, so as to make a sound when they separate.
- As if with a smack or slap
- A latch or catch.
- The nose.
- A cut.
- To latch, to lock.
- To cut.
- To cut or snip
- to hit the ball with the edge of the bat, causing a slight deflection
- a small deflection of the ball off the side of the bat; often carries to the wicketkeeper for a catch
- A small cut or mark.
- A knot or irregularity in yarn.
- to make something click, to make a clicking noise
- a sharp clicking sound
- Superb, excellent, stunning.
- A clumsy, foolish, or mentally deficient person.
- A Latino/Hispanic person.
- nail, a spike (slender piece of wood or metal, used as a fastener).
- Lithe; nimble.
- A deception; a trick.
- A little box, e.g. for jewellery.
- An urn.
- A coffin.
- A gasket.
- To put into, or preserve in, a casket.
- a city in Minnesota, USA, and the county seat of Carver County.
- A former bantustan in the southeast of South Africa, formed in 1961, declared independent in 1981, and reintegrated in 1993.
- of in its various senses.
- To cover with a casque or as with a casque.
- The hollow stalk of an umbelliferous plant, such as the hemlock.
- plural form of prick
- third-person singular simple present indicative form of prick
- A noisy disturbance and/or commotion.
- A row, fight.
- Someone who plunders a village.
- a small sack or wallet
- a small, especially rascally or stupid, person
- shriek; screech
- shriek; screech
- To shriek; to screech.
- To cry
- A small reddish-brown sweet and juicy pear.
- run-down, like a shack
- A characteristic trait or theme.
- A gimmick.
- To make ill.
- To become ill.
- To fill with disgust or abhorrence.
- To lower the standing of.
- To be filled with disgust or abhorrence.
- To become disgusting or tedious.
- To become weak; to decay; to languish.
- secure, safe.
- To percolate, trickle, or ooze, as water through a crack.
- A day off work due to (supposed) illness.
- An implement having a semicircular blade and short handle, used for cutting long grass and cereal crops.
- To cut with a sickle.
- To deform (as with a red blood cell) into an abnormal crescent shape.
- Of red blood cells: to assume an abnormal crescent shape.
- Shaped like the blade of a sickle; crescent-shaped.
- Frequently ill; often in poor health; given to becoming ill.
- Having the appearance of sickness or ill health; appearing ill, infirm or unhealthy; pale.
- Weak; faint; suggesting unhappiness.
- Somewhat sick; disposed to illness; attended with disease.
- Tending to produce disease.
- Tending to produce nausea; sickening.
- Overly sweet.
- To make sickly.
- In a sick manner.
- To give scant measure; to squeeze or pinch in order to effect a saving.
- A porter at an airport.
- Of food, suitable as a snack.
- An opening into which a plug or other connecting part is designed to fit (e.g. a light bulb socket).
- A hollow into a bone which a part fits, such as an eye, or another bone, in the case of a joint.
- One endpoint of a two-way communication link, used for interprocess communication across a network.
- One endpoint of a two-way named pipe on Unix and Unix-like systems, used for interprocess communication.
- To place or fit in a socket.
- Resembling a speck, minuscule.
- Marked with specks; speckled.
- One who wears spectacles; often used attributively.
- A spectacular mark (catch) in Australian rules football.
- Able or likely to stick.
- Potentially difficult to escape from.
- Of weather, hot and windless and with high humidity, so that people feel sticky from sweating.
- Appearing on all virtual desktops.
- Fixed at the top of the list of topics or threads so as to keep it in view.
- Compelling enough to keep visitors from leaving.
- A sticky note, such as a post-it note.
- A small adhesive particle found in wastepaper.
- A sweet dessert wine.
- to fix a thread at the top of the list of topics or threads so as to keep it in view.
- sturdy; solidly built; heavy and compact
- The duty of a tenant to bring corn etc to a particular mill to be ground.
- The land astricted in this way.
- A teat.
- To give suck to; to nurse at the breast, udder, or dugs.
- To nurse; to suck.
- Railroad tracks; the rails on which trains run.
- The game of lawn billiards.
- The wheel-set of railroad rolling stock.
- A board game traditionally played in various Commonwealth navies, similar to Ludo.
- To remove from a cask.
- not sick; healthy
- Nauseous due to the effects of motion of an airplane; suffering from motion sickness caused by air travel.
- Of or pertaining to arkose.
- With disapproval, skepticism, or suspicion.
- Sideways; obliquely.
- Turned to the side, especially of the eyes.
- A handsaw that has a reinforcement along its back edge.
- A check; a relapse; a discouragement; a setback.
- Whatever is thrown back in its course, such as water.
- To plow again in the fall; said of prairie land broken up in the spring.
- A sock worn in bed, to keep the feet warm.
- To stick on the surface of; cover over.
- To pierce in various places; pierce through and through.
- Like a dandy; foppish; swellish.
- A saw, in a metal frame, used to cut lengths of wood
- Dizzy or feeling nauseated due to riding in a vehicle; suffering from motion sickness.
- A military cloak or long coat worn by soldiers or horsemen in the 16th and 17th centuries.
- A coarse, loose cloak or gown, worn by women, sailors, shepherds, countryfolk etc.
- An item of clerical clothing: a long, sheath-like, close-fitting, ankle-length robe worn by clergy members of some Christian denominations.
- the skin of a cat, or leather made therefrom
- A member of the Cheka.
- A political purge in Russia.
- A game in which trinkets are set upon sticks, to be thrown at by the players; -- so called from an ancient popular sport which consisted in shying or throwing cudgels at live cocks.
- An object at which stones are flung.
- A game for two players in which the participants each have a horse-chestnut (known as a "conker") suspended from a length of string and take it in turns to strike their opponent's conker with their own with the object of destroying the opponent's conker before their own is destroyed.
- leather made from the hide of a cow or similar animal
- A ghost town in Alaska
- A hamlet in Alberta, Canada
- A town in Oklahoma
- A city in Tennessee
- Characteristically resembling a duck; somewhat ducklike
- Of or pertaining to ekistics.
- Used in exclamatory phrases to express surprise, insistence, etc.
- To ferret out; to elicit information.
- To search for gold, gems, etc., on the surface or in abandonded workings.
- To search for something; to rummage.
- A dense clump of grass or vegetation; a tussock.
- A cushion used primarily in churches for kneeling on while praying.
- A thick cushion used as a seat; an ottoman or pouffe.
- Resembling or characteristic of a hick, or unsophisticated rural person.
- A hemp sack used for holding hops.
- A coarse, loosely-woven clothing fabric.
- A bird, the merganser.
- name transferred from the surname.
- President of the United States (1829–1837).
- singer and entertainer (1958–2009).
- The capital city of the state of Mississippi, USA
- A city in Alabama.
- A city in California.
- A city in Georgia in the United States.
- A city in Kentucky.
- A town in Louisiana.
- A town in Maine.
- A city in Michigan
- A city in Minnesota
- A city in Missouri
- A village in Nebraska.
- A town in New Hampshire.
- A town in New York.
- A town in North Carolina
- A city in Ohio
- A town in Queensland, Australia.
- A town in South Carolina.
- A city in Tennessee
- Any of three towns in Wisconsin.
- A town in Wyoming.
- A 20-dollar banknote.
- Of or pertaining to karst.
- a market town in Cumbria, England, formerly in Cumberland.
- Of or pertaining to non-verbal behaviour related to movement, either of any part of the body or the body as a whole.
- Having the nature of kitsch.
- To cook badly or incorrectly.
- A bad kick.
- To kick incorrectly or badly.
- a city in Hungary
- Ill luck; misfortune.
- To meet with ill luck; miscarry.
- mock; counterfeit; sham
- mildly hungry1860. John Camden Hotten. A dictionary of modern slang, cant, and vulgar words page 188.
- irritable; crotchety
- Of or pertaining to Peckham, a place in Southwark London.
- Native to Peckham.
- A city in South Carolina, USA, and county seat of Pickens County.
- mischievous; excessively playful.
- The game of racquets.
- To loot or pillage. See also sack.
- To make a vigorous and thorough search of (a place, person) with a view to stealing something, especially when leaving behind a state of disarray.
- To examine carefully; to investigate.
- To violate; to ravish; to deflower.
- To stack again or differently.
- To stock again; to resupply with stocks.
- A disorder of infancy and early childhood caused by a deficiency of vitamin D, causing soft bones.
- The Rocky Mountains, a mountain range in North America.
- Like a rock; stony; hard; callous
- That has the characteristics of rock music.
- A city in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany
- The instance or action of sacking, pillaging or looting.
- A brass instrument from the Renaissance and Baroque Eras, and an ancestor of the modern trombone. It was derived from the medieval slide trumpet.
- the amount a sack would contain
- Intent on plunder.
- Cheap rough cloth such as would be used to make bags (sacks).
- Firing or termination of an employee.
- Resembling a sac or some aspect of one.
- Commodity that is shoddy or inferior.
- A person who is easily taken advantage of.
- Suffering from sickness, nausea or dizziness due to the motion of a ship at sea.
- A restraint fit over a human or animal appendage, such as a wrist, ankle or finger. Usually used in plural, to indicate a pair joined by a chain; a hobble.
- A U-shaped piece of metal secured with a pin or bolt across the opening, or a hinged metal loop secured with a quick-release locking pin mechanism.
- A restraint on one's action, activity, or progress.
- A fetter-like band worn as an ornament.
- A link for connecting railroad cars; a drawlink or draglink.
- To restrain using shackles; to place in shackles.
- By extension, to render immobile or incapable; to inhibit the progress or abilities of someone or something.
- drunk, drunkard
- surprised, startled, confused, or taken aback.
- One who or that which shocks or startles.
- A device for giving electric shocks.
- A particular hand gesture with a sexual connotation.
- Sexual act related to the shocker hand gesture: two in the pink, one in the stink.
- Someone who shucks oysters, clams, corn (maize), walnuts, etc.
- Someone who shucks or removes something.
- A device that shucks produce, such as a corn shucker.
- A bed used by a person who is sick.
- A place for convalescence.
- Somewhat sick, but not seriously so.
- Furnished or provided with a sickle.
- A labor action where employees refuse to work claiming they are sick.
- A pollock or a coalfish, sometimes especially a young coalfish.
- Of or relating to the skalds (Norse poets).
- Someone who habitually doubts beliefs and claims presented as accepted by others, requiring strong evidence before accepting any belief or claim.
- Someone undecided as to what is true.
- A type of agnostic.
- Roughly or hastily laid out; intended for later refinement.
- Resembling a comedy sketch, of sketch quality.
- Of questionable or doubtful quality.
- Suspected of taking part in illicit or dishonorable dealings.
- Disturbing or unnerving, often in such a way that others may suspect them of intending physical or sexual harm or harassment.
- To steal or commandeer (hijack) an airplane, usually by threat of violence to the passengers.
- A platform that can be raised using a hydraulic scissor lift.
- To gradually decrease in intensity or tautness; to become slack.
- To make slack, less taut, or less intense.
- To deprive of cohesion by combining chemically with water; to slake.
- To make slick.
- sleek; smooth
- One who or that which slicks.
- A waterproof coat or jacket.
- A person who is perceived as clever, urbane and possibly disreputable. (abbreviation of city slicker.)
- A swindler or conman.
- A symmetrical knife with a handle at each end, used for burnishing leather.
- A curved tool for smoothing the surfaces of a mould after the withdrawal of the pattern.
- A two-handled tool for finishing concrete or mortar; a darby.
- To slither, as on a slick surface.
- To con or hoodwink.
- To use a slicker on.
- To smooth or slick.
- To spread mashed manure on fields as a form of fertilization.
- In a slick manner; slipperily.
- To put out, extinguish (a fire).
- To quench; to allay; to slake.
- One who smacks or spanks.
- One who makes a smacking noise, especially while eating.
- A kiss.
- The lips.
- A dollar.
- A pound (money).
- Elegant; fine; gay.
- Amorous; wanton.
- Spruce; smart.
- To look amorously or wantonly;
- A woman's undergarment; a smock.
- A little snack; tiny tidbits of food
- A stifled or broken laugh
- To emit a snicker: a stifled or broken laugh.
- To whinny.
- A narrow passage or alley.
- Suppressed or sly laughter; snigger.
- To laugh at someone or something
- A noose or snare made using a slip knot.
- To snare using a snickle.
- To tie up or hang (something) using a rope around the neck.
- To use (a rope) to tie or hang by the neck.
- A small salmon with red flesh, Oncorhynchus nerka, found in the coastal waters of the northern Pacific.
- The edible flesh of this fish.
- Having specks or spots, speckled.
- A small spot or speck on the skin, plumage or foliage.
- The random distribution of light when it is scattered by a rough surface.
- To mark with speckles.
- speckled; marked with speckles
- Alternative spelling of spigot
- arranged in a stack
- Having large breasts
- Unfairly constructed, as a stacked deck of cards.
- An output bin in a document feeding or punch card machine (contrast with hopper).
- A worker who stacks the shelves in a supermarket.
- A participant in sport stacking.
- Any device allowing items to be stacked.
- Any adhesive, adhesive residue; any sticky or gummy substance.
- The quality of something that sucks; inferiority; badness.
- An act of sucking.
- A sound or motion that sucks.
- An animal that has not yet been weaned.
- Any animal that suckles its young; a mammal.
- The low-cut back of a woman's dress.
- Inclined to trickery; sneaky, devious.
- A tuft or clump of green grass or similar verdure, forming a small hillock.
- To unlatch or unlock.
- To remove from a stack.
- To free something from the condition of being stuck (physically or figuratively).
- To deprive of a stock; to remove the stock from; to release from that which fixes in place.
- To remove (a ship etc.) from the stocks.
- Of or pertaining to akinesia.
- To identify the actions required in order to reach a proposed future.
- To change retrospectively; reverse.
- A cast or throw back.
- A backward stroke, or a stroke driving one back.
- Any discouragement or cause of relapse or failure.
- Misfortune; reverse; reversal; a relapse in health or illness; moral backsliding.
- Retrospect; hindsight.
- Long ago; in the past.
- A sudden backward motion.
- A negative reaction, objection or outcry, especially of a violent or abrupt nature.
- The distance through which one part of connected machinery, as a wheel, piston, or screw, can be moved without moving the connected parts, resulting from looseness in fitting or from wear.
- The jarring or reflex motion caused in badly fitting machinery by irregularities in velocity or a reverse of motion.
- To cause or set off a backlash.
- having no back, said of things that typically have backs, such as chairs or dresses
- having an uncovered back, having a back that shows skin
- To hold back a student's application (to a college etc.) based on whether a preferred candidate declines their offer.
- To place (a book) on a backlist.
- A list of older books available from a publisher, as opposed to the frontlist of more recent titles.
- The back piece of a chair, used to support the sitter's back.
- A guide attached to the slide rest of a lathe, and placed in contact with the work to steady it in turning.
- Spin applied to a ball in order to slow it, change its flight, or stop it when it lands.
- To spin (a ball) with this motion.
- To play a section of a record in reverse, as a disc jockey; to apply spinback.
- to attack someone (especially verbally) unfairly in a deceitful, underhand, or treacherous manner, especially when they're not present in the place or situation that it happens. (as if stabbing them in the back). See backbite.
- A part of the rigging of a sailing ship extending from masthead the top of the mast to the back of the ship; they support the strain on all upper masts and provide additional support to the shrouds when the wind is abaft the beam.
- A group of buildings used by military personnel as housing
- The front or back part of the frame of a bedstead.
- Hand tool which consists of a crank which holds a fitted rotating drill bit tip, designed to bore holes in rigid materials, by cutting a disc in a spiral fashion.
- A type of damalisk, an African antelope, closely related to the hartebeest.
- Like a block in shape or nature; coming across as a block.
- Lacking understanding; stupid; obtuse; dull.
- Rude; clumsy; rough.
- The testicles (sometimes used in the singular)
- Nonsense or information deliberately intended to mislead.
- An idiot, an ignorant or disagreeable person.
- A contraction of the dog's bollocks.
- To break.
- (also bollocks up) To fail (a task); to make a mess of.
- A piece of furniture for the storage and display of books.
- Salty or slightly salty, as a mixture of fresh and sea water, such as that found in estuaries.
- Distasteful; unpleasant; not appealing to the taste.
- resembling brick, bricklike
- Like a brick, a helpful or reliable person.
- A gift or bribe.
- An extra portion, ration etc.
- Extra, spare.
- lead shot used in shotgun cartridges
- The skin of a male deer, a buck.
- Clothing made from buckskin.
- A grayish yellow in colour.
- A soft strong leather, usually yellowish or grayish in color, made of deerskin.
- A person clothed in buckskin, particularly an American soldier of the Revolutionary war.
- breeches made of buckskin.
- Of a grayish yellow in colour.
- A vertical support for a furnace or boiler, to give it rigidity.
- An antelope (Tragelaphus scriptus or Tragelaphus sylvaticus) that is found in Sub-Saharan Africa.
- Any relatives of the above that share its habitat.
- A fine leather made from the hide of a calf.
- A soft sheepskin leather especially used for gloves.
- The work required to deal with cases in any profession where a "case" has a specific definition (e.g. legal, social work, planning, etc.).
- A book used to record amounts of money received or paid out.
- A game for two players played on a chessboard; the players have 12 pieces each, and the object is to capture all the opponent’s pieces by jumping over them. Other European varieties have larger boards and more playing pieces.
- the playing pieces in the game of checkers.
- a number, derived by applying a suitable algorithm to some data, used to check whether errors have occurred in transmission, storage or data entry
- To compute a checksum.
- A village on the northern border of Bristol, England
- A toy consisting of two plastic spheres suspended on string which, when swung up and down, banged against each other, making a clacking sound
- Like or resembling a clerk.
- A sack for carrying coal.
- Any of the spaces in the Milky Way which are very black, owing to the nearly complete absence of stars.
- A photograph of one's penis.
- A kind of net for catching woodcock.
- Twilight, when woodcock would be caught.
- The spur of a gamecock
- Any of several unrelated thorny shrubs
- too confident; overconfident
- a censor; one who censors
- A shop that sells cooked food.
- The pelt of a raccoon
- The husk of an ear of corn.
- A sack for carrying corn.
- A kind of noisy leather pants or trousers.
- Crazy, insane.
- cranky; grumpy; bad-tempered
- Sick from excess in eating or drinking.
- A component that holds a die that cuts screw threads.
- A stick or rod used to measure the depth of a liquid. Often used to check the level at which a liquid in an opaque or inaccessible tank or reservoir stands; gauge.
- A penis.
- A useless person of inferior intellect.
- A dipshit.
- Resembling a disc or some aspect of one.
- To remove a cloak from.
- To remove from status as a member of a clergy; to unfrock.
- The area near a dock, or next to a docked ship.
- A game, played by bowling a small ball at such pins
- the scientific study of human settlements, and the planning and design of cities and other communities
- A town in Manitoba, Canada
- An unincorporated community in British Columbia, Canada
- A motor car having a continuous slope from the roof to the rear
- Lacking purpose.
- Without skill, ineffective, incompetent.
- Lacking the courage to act in any meaningful way.
- Lacking vitality.
- Housefly excrement, visible as a minuscule black dot.
- Anything tiny or insignificant.
- To bespeckle with tiny spatters of color.
- To inspect in minute detail to ensure that something contains no flaws; nitpick.
- To slack up; be or grow slack; pall.
- To be slack in; neglect by idleness; relax; render slack; delay; lose or spoil by slackness.
- A stick to ram down the charge of a musket, etc.; a rammer or ramrod.
- The handle of a handgun.
- The rear part of a rifle or shotgun which is pressed into the shoulder.
- A bully; a ruffian; an assassin.
- Having or characterised by hassocks, or clumps of vegetation.
- A mound, pile, or stack of stored hay.
- A standing wave in a rapid.
- The text string within which another string is searched for.
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