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Lexicon Balatronicum. A dictionary of Buckish slang, University wit, and Pick Pocket eloquence. ... Altered and enlarged ... by a member of the Whip Club (1823)
by Francis Grose, Pierce Egan
Two pickpockets; the bulk jostles the party to be robbed, and the file does the business. ' BULKER. One who lodges all night on a bulk or projection before old-fashioned shop windows. BULKIE.
by Michael Flood, Judith Kegan Gardiner, Bob Pease, Keith Pringle
Yet the Wildean dandy jostles with other popular versions ofthe figure ('Jim Dandy') that bodyforth flamboyant heterosexuality. This ambiguityhas ledsome criticsto arguethatthe dandyisboth fundamentally 'queer'andan emblemofthe ...
by Francis Grose
Two pickpockets; the bulk jostles the party to be robbed, and the sile does the business. BulkEr. One who lodges all night on a bulk or projection before old- fashioned shop-windows. Bull. An Exchange Alley term for one who buys stock on ...
by Jonathon Green
the stall ina team of pickpockets, who jostles and generally interferes with the victim,but does not actuallypick the pocket. bumping 1.n [Management] the downgrading of apreviously senior employee by ...
Compiled from the Most Authentic Sources by George W. Matsell
Shop-lifters ; two pickpockets operating together — the "bulk" jostles the party that is to be robbed, and the " file" steals the treaBUMMER. A sponger. BUMY-JUICE. Porter or beer. BUN. A fellow that THE ROGUE'S LEXICON.
Two pickpockets; the bulk jostles the party to be robbed, and the file does the business. BULKER. One who lodges all night on a bulk or projection before old- fashioned shop-windows. BULL. An Exchange Alley term for one who buys stock on ...
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Scrabble value of J8O1S1T1L1E1S1
The value of this 7-letter word is 14 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.