Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To ease the body by stool.
- n. Human excrement: usually in the plural.
- n. A shoemakers' name for an infant's shoe.
- To void, as excrement.
- v. intransitive To defecate.
- v. US, slang To kill.
- n. An act of defecation.
- n. Excrement.
- n. Rubbish.
- n. A squawk.
- n. A discordant note.
- v. of a bird To squawk.
- v. To incorrectly play a note by hitting a partial other than the one intended.
- n. slang penis.
- v. Australian slang To laugh.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To ease the body by stool; to go to stool.
- From cock. (Wiktionary)
“Several of the words used in Earl Sterndale are found in other dialects of the British Isles, such as cack-handed 'clumsy', chuntering 'mumbling disagreeably', and nous, 'common sense'.”
“Is this some kind of cack-handed attempt to stem the Lib Dem advances in Henley-on-Thames?”
“If any one be carving awkwardly with the left wrist doubled under, the right arm angularly extended, and the knife sawing at a joint, our village miners and country Californians call it "cack -" or "cag-handed.”
“This is the kind of cack you'd expect in Hello Magazine. well done for taking the trouble to create a new account 3mins ago”
“He's also ed-in-chief of near-future sf webzine Futurismic, a learning fictioneer and poet, a reviewer of books, music and concerts, a cack-handed third guitarist for a fuzz-rock band, and in need of a proper haircut.”
“Like everything else the Lib-Dem's have been involved in so far in this godawful government this is a cack handed mess and Clegg et al have nobody to blame but themselves for making themselves so noxious and toxic their mere involvement practicaly dooms it to failure.”
“It was a beautiful day, which was lovely if you were there, but problematic for cack-handed photographers like me with the sun coming from all the wrong directions.”
“Some people will always be offended by something, and there will always be some cack-handed idiot willing to “embrace” their point of view.”
“I've just been reading about a fellow called William Dampier, his writings are almost a work of art, not just in their subject which is wonderfuly fascinating but in their technique, the beautiful 18'th C sweeps of pen which make our scribblings look like the scrawlings of cack handed idiots.”
“The thing was we were in conversation about how center cack is such an overlooked position because of the 'no-nonsense' ideal associated with it.”
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My ever expanding vocabulary...
Verbal curios, because of their meaning, their shape, or their history.
Words that describe poo *very specifically*.
Mostly but not limited to slang and some cockney guffy wibble
British words/phrases/slang I love using in everyday conversation.
Any words that would be regarded as typical UK colloquialism. Either Cockney, Irish, Scottish or any other that could be considered of UK origin and used in every day communication.
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