Suddenly he picked up an axe, and began chopping at the rotten log above the hole where greaser had slipped out.
The orders were: "Fire at will, and make every shot bring down a greaser!"
Just dine with a greaser and then you will shout, "I've hell on the inside as well as the out!"
An' you're askin' me to believe it on the word of a greaser with a rope around his neck.
One greaser hopped the engine an' covered the engineer an' fireman.
He's a greaser or an Italian, and, I reckon, goes with his kind.
Now go easy, like an honest greaser who is going about his legitimate business.
The greaser made such a disturbance that the jailer let him keep it.
There was a sputter and a cloud of steam, greaser lazily swore in Mexican; he got up to move the stew-pot and dropped the lasso.
"The experiments can be conducted right here," said greaser reassuringly.
early 14c. (as a surname), "one who smears salve on a sheep," agent noun from grease (v.). As derogatory American English slang for "native Mexican or Latin American," first attested 1849, so called from appearance. Greaseball in same sense from 1934.