from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See sluice.


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  • Hell, if you shoot em 'off a limb or ground-sluice em', it doesn't make any difference.


  • "Did you ever," says Aggy whilst they was talking this and that about mines, "did you ever run your pay dirt through a ground-sluice rocker that was fitted up with double amalgam plates, top and bottom, and had the apron sewed on to a puddle board that slanted up, instead of down?"

    Red Saunders' Pets and Other Critters

  • Now that you've called my attention to it, I don't recollect that I've heard of anybody using a ground-sluice rocker the way you speak of, since I left old Uckle-Chuckle county. "

    Red Saunders' Pets and Other Critters


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