informal

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(informal British usage) aggravation or aggression aggro
informal terms for nakedness altogether , birthday suit , raw
informal representative ambassador
informal British abbreviation of approval appro
informal terms for a human head attic , bean , bonce , dome , noggin , noodle
(British informal) pork sausage banger
informal terms for dogs barker , bow-wow , doggie , doggy , pooch
informal terms for the nose beak , honker , hooter , nozzle , schnoz , schnozzle , snoot , snout
informal terms for objecting beef , bitch , gripe , kick , squawk
informal terms for a (young) woman bird , chick , dame , doll , skirt , wench
small informal restaurant; serves wine bistro
restaurant, small informal bistro
light informal meal bite , collation , snack
informal term for a British policeman bobby
informal terms for money boodle , bread , cabbage , clams , dinero , dough , gelt , kale , lettuce , lolly , loot , lucre , moolah , pelf , scratch , shekels , simoleons , sugar , wampum
(informal) a resort area in the Catskill Mountains of New York that was patronized primarily by Jewish guests borscht belt , borscht circuit , borsht belt , borsht circuit
friendly informal reference to a grown man boy
informal term for a youth or man bozo , cat , guy , hombre
informal restaurant brasserie
pope's informal letter brief
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