Often used as an insolent term of address.
Slang referring to a police officer or another branch of law enforcement.
Bump in the Night
Unexplained and frightening noises at night, purportedly caused by ghosts.
To have someone killed.
To be forcibly removed from an establishment or locale.
Message sent by telegraph.
Euphemism for a kiss.
A criminal act which normally involves an elaborate plan.
Slang referring to the female form.
Euphemism for saving a kiss for later.
A woman who is the polar opposite of frigid.
A dance club filled with rich or sophisticated patrons.
Cool His Heels
Forced to wait.
That which is wonderful, fine or alright.
Crashing the Party
Act of getting into a party in which one was not invited.
A young woman's boyfriend or lover, especially if he's rich.
Expression used to show disappointment or a socially acceptable way of saying God Dammit.
A flapper's father.
A lousy dancer.
An attractive woman.
Something that is hard to comprehend.
Slang for money.
A man who tries to pick up women on a street corner.
A woman who is considered lacking in intellectual prowess.
Great or wonderful. Can be used sarcastically to imply the opposite.
Term applied to the feeling of intoxication.
Nervous or anxious.
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