BIBA’CITY. n.s. [bibacitas, Latin.] The quality of drinking much.
DO’GHOLE. n.s. [dog and hole.] A vile hole; a mean habitation.
France is a doghole, and it no more merits the tread of a
FO’PDOODLE. n.s. [fop and doodle.] A fool; an insignificant wretch.
Where sturdy butchers broke your noddle,
And handled you like a fopdoodle.
FO’PPLING. n.s. [from fop.] A petty fop; an under-rate coxcomb.
They work is Chloe’s toilet gain a part,
And, with his tailor, share the foppling’s
PERPOTA’TION. n.s. [per and poto, Latin.] The act of drinking
SME’LLFEAST. n.s. [smell and feast.] A parasite; one who haunts
BOGGIN’. Filthy; disgusting.
HOACHIN’. An abundance of something
SLEEKIT. Cunning or sly.
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