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Boarding-school, c. Boarding-scholars, c.
Bob, c. It's all bob, c. Cheated, Trick'd, Disappointed, or Baulk'd.
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Bode-ill, to presage or betoken ill. Bog-houses, Privies. Boldface, Impudent. Bolter of White Friers, c. Boltsprit, a Nose.
He has broke his Boltsprit, he has lost his Nose with the Pox. Bombast-poetry, in Words of lofty Sound and humble Sense. Bone, c. I'll Bone ye, c. I'll cause you to be Arrested. We shall be Bon'd, c. The Cove is Bon'd and gon to the Whit, c. He has bit his Blow, but if he be Bon'd, he must shove the Tumbler, c. I have Bon'd her Dudds, Fagg'd, and Brush'd, c. I have took away my Mistress Cloathes, Beat her, and am troop'd off.
Boning the Fence, c. Bonny-clapper, sower Butter-milk. Booby, a dull wwap Lob. Booberkin, the same. Boon, a Gift, Reward, or Gratification.
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What Boots it? What Avails it? Borde, c. Bordel-lo, a Bawdy-House.
Hit or Bauson, a Badger. Bottle-head, void of Wit. A Tale of a Tub with the Bottom out, a sleeveless frivolous Tale. Bounce, to boast and vapour. A meer Bounce, a Swaggering Fellow. Bouncer, c.
Bout, a Tryal, Act, Essay. Bowse, c.
Drink, or to Drink, see Benbowse and Rumbowse. We Bows'd it about, we Drank damn'd hard. Bowsingken, c. The Cul tipt us a Hog, which we melted in Rumbowse, c. Box, to Fight with the Fists.
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Box it about Boys, Drink briskly round. In a wrong Bow, of one that has taken wrong measures, or made alse steps. A pretty Box, a Compleat little House, also a small drinking place. Brat, a little Child. Branchers, Canary-Birds of the first Year. Bravo, a Mercenary Murderer, that will Kill any Body. Brawl, Squabble, or Quarrel. To Brangle, and Brawl, to Squabble and Scold. Brazen-fac'd, Bold, Impudent, Audacious. Breaking Shins, c. Breast, in the breast of the Judge, what he keeps in Reserve, or Suspence.
Briers, in the Briers, in trouble. Brook, he cannot brook it, bear or endure it. Brickle, Brittle, apt to Break. Bristol-milk, Sherry. Broach'd, Opinion or Doctrine, Published, Divulged. Brock, see Hart. Bromigham-conscience, very bad, Bromigham-protestants, Dissenters or Whiggs. Bromigham-wine, Balderdash, Sophisticate Taplash.
Quill, of the Scribbling Tribe. String, a Fidler, or Musician.
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Brothel-house, a Bawdy House. Brush, c. The Cully is Brusht or Rub'd, c.
Bought a Brush, c. Brusher, c. B U Bub, c. Rum-bub, c.
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Bub, or Bubble, c. Bubber, c. Bube, c. Buckle, to Bend or give Way. He'll buckle to no Man, he won't Yield or Stoop to any Man. Buck, Great Buck, the Sixth Year. Buck-fitches, c. Budge, c. Standing Budge, c. Bufe, c. Buffcoat, a Soldier, chst Redcoat. Buffer, c. Buffenapper, c. Buffers-nab, c. Buffle-head, a Foolish Fellow. Buffoon, a Great Man's Jester or Fool. Buffoonery, Jesting or playing the Fool's Part. To stand Buff, to stand Tightly or Resolutely to any thing.
Bugher, c. Bugging, G. As busy as a Hen with one Chick, of one that has a great deal of business and nothing to do Bulchim, a Chubbingly Boy or Lad. Bulls-Eye, c. Bull-head, see Miller's Thumb. A Town-bull, a Whore-master. Bulk and File, c. Bulky, strong like common Oyl, also of large bulk or size. Bullet-headed, a dull silly Fellow. Bully, c. Bully huff, c.