Slang of the 1920's. The twenties were the first decade to emphasize youth
culture over the older generations, and the flapper sub-culture had a tremendous
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Slang of the. 1920s. A. 1. ab-so-lute-ly: affirmative, yes. 2. absent treatment:
dancing with a timid partner. 3. air tight: very attractive. 4. Airedale: an
As with any era, the 1920's had time period specific slang. Here is a sampling. It
sure is the berries! Have a swell time, but make sure you don't upchuck!
Sep 25, 2013 ... For the twenties lovers among us, here are 59 of the era's best slang ... Cake-
eater: in the 1920's refers to a “ladies' man”; later, slang for ...
Below you will find an alphabetical listing of slang words used in the "Jazz Age" (
generally taken to mean the years of the Roaring Twenties and the Great ...
Oct 19, 2012 ... Prohibition be damned, words were just better in the 1920s. If you don't request
extra foot juice tonight at that dive bar where you order the ...
1920's Slang Dictionary. Host Materials. Page 1 of 11 copyright host-party.com all
rights reserved. 1920's Slang. A guide to the casual language of. The Roaring ...
Nov 3, 2016 ... Designed for Roaring 20's theme murder mystery party, this list will help anyone
speak like a flapper, doll, moll or gangster from the 1920's!
1920's Slang Dictionary. A Alderman: A man's pot-belly. Ameche: Telephone
Ankle: (n) Woman; (v) To walk. B Babe: Woman Baby: A person, can be said to ...
Jan 21, 2010 ... A Flapper to English dictionary as recorded by Ella Hartung in 1922. Absent
Treatment = Dancing with a bashful partner. Airedale = A homely ...