ADAM AND EVE ON A RAFT--resturant slang for bacon and eggs with toast. ADAM AND EVE ON A RAFT AND WRECK UM--same as above but with scrambled eggs. All Wet - Describes an erroneous idea or individual, as in, "he's all wet." Applesauce - an explative; same as horsefeathers, As in "Ah applesauce!" Big Cheese - The most important or influential person; boss. Same as big shot. Bluenose - An excessively puritanical person, a prude, Creator of "the Blue Nozzle Curse." Broad- Woman, Dame Bump Off - To murder, To kill. Carry a Torch - To have a crush on someone. Cat's Meow - Something splendid or stylish; The best or greatest, wonderful. Darb - An excellent person or thing (as in "the Darb" - a person with money who can be relied on to pay the check). Dame- A Woman Drugstore Cowboy - a guy that hangs around on a street corner trying to pick up girls. Dumb Dora - a stupid female. Fall Guy - Victim of a frame. Flat Tire - A dull witted, insipid, disappointing date. Same as pill, pickle, drag, rag, oilcan. Frame - To give false evidence, to set up someone. Hard Boiled - a tough, strong guy. Heebie-Jeebies - The jitters. High-Hat - To snub. Hoofer - Dancer. Horsefeathers - an explative; same usage as applesauce. Hotsy-Totsy - Pleasing. Jalopy - Old car. Keen - Attractive or appealing. Kisser - Mouth. Line - Insincere flattery. Lounge Lizard - a horny dog. Moll - A gangster's girl. Pinch - To arrest. Pushover - A person easily convinced or seduced. Ritzy - Elegant (from the hotel). Scram - Ask someone to leave immediately. Soitently- Sure! Spiffy - An elegant appearance. Spread Out!- Get out of the way! Give me some room! Stop crowding me! Stuck On - Having a crush on. Swanky - Ritzy. Swell- Wonderful. Wise guy- A Smart Aleck Whoopee - To have a good time. GAMS-a woman's legs PUTTIN' ON THE RITZ--to get fancy with your dress or demeanor STOOL PIGEON--a person who tattles on his friends STOOLIE--same as a stool pigeon
Stompers and lettuce were two slang words from the 1940s. Stompers were shoes, and lettuce was money. Some other slang words and phrases from that time include chrome dome, hen fruit, and take a power.
Some people say slang words to sound cool. Some have just been using slang since they learned to talk and don't even realize that they're doing it.
groovy far out happenin'
Some of the slang words that were used in the 1960s include hip, boss, and happening. Other slang words from the 1960s are book, which means leave the scene, bad, which means awesome, and bread, which means money.
Kibosh(n)- A stop to something Kick(n)- Enjotment Brainchild- someones creative idea grandstand- To show off thats a few, but if you just go to google and search 1940s slang it brings up alot of other slang words
Derby slang words are words that are used in the Derbyshire dialect. Some Derby slang words include "be said" and "belter" along with "clammed."
Here are some slang terms for potatoes:SpudsTatersMurphyTots
There's a lot of slang words for dollars, like buck and George.
honning in on