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If you would like to verify the text, please download the PDF of the scanned pages. Slang and Its Analogues Past and Present. To astound ; to stagger, either physically or mentally.
See Floored. Register, 'On New Words. Bee, Did. His colleagues were flabbergasted when they heard of Castlereagh's sudden death. Barham, Ingoldsby Legends ' Brothers of Birchington'. He was quite flabbergasted to see the amount. We rather just imagine they will be not a little puzzled and flabbergasted to discover the meaning or wit of some of those elegant phrases. Derby Day, p, You're sort of flabbergasted.
It's taken all the wind out of you like, and you feel like an old screw a blowing up Highgate Hill. Poor Clarke was completely flabbergasted. National Observer, 1 Aug. In no other sport is the laudator tetnporis actiso completely flabbergasted as here. Flabberdegaz, subs, theatrical.
Words interpolated to dissemble a lapse of memory; gag q. Also, imperfect utterance or bad acting. Flag, subs. A groat, or fourpenny piece. Also Flagg, and Flagge. For synonyms, see Joey. Harman, Caveat , p. But a flagge, a wyn, and a make. But a groat, a penny, and a half-penny. Rowlands, Martin Mark-all, p. Club's Rept. Memoirs of John Hall 4th ed. Jonathan Wn. Mayhew, Lond. Poor, vol. A Flag. Equivalents are Belly-cheat and Fig-leaf. It was contended that they were compelled to wear what was generally known as a flag.
Henley, Villon's Straight Tip. Suppose you try a different tack, And on the square you flash your flag. David Lyndsay, Thrie Estaitis. Works [Ed. Laing, ], ii. Ane fistand flag. Variants arc bandage ; clout ; danger-signal ; diaper ; double clout Durfey ; gentleman's pleasure garden padlock ; periodicity rag ; the red rag ; sanitary towel ; window-curtain.