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  • n. Alternative form of hash slinger.

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Examples

  • And after a year of that she became waitress in a cheap restaurant – hash-slinger, she called it.

    The Night-Born

  • Lucy was frontier-born, of poor settlers who had removed to Seattle where she worked in a factory and a cheap restaurant as a "hash-slinger."

    “Samuel! There was a rolling wonder in the sound. Ay, there was!”

  • Tracy is a cop patrolling the docks who falls for a real hash-slinger, Joan Bennett, who works at her family's restaurant.

    GreenCine Daily: Pre-Code Dispatch. 1.

  • Their successors were still referred to by their natural enemies, the respectable ladies of the town, as “those awful eating house girls”; while the advent of a new “hash-slinger” was always a matter of considerable interest among the unmarried exquisites who fore-gathered at the White Camel.

    The Blood of the Conquerors

  • And after a year of that she became waitress in a cheap restaurant -- hash-slinger, she called it.

    The Night Born

  • She was the only wife I could find, even if she was a hash-slinger, as your father calls it.

    The Scarlet Plague

  • He said she was a hash-slinger before the Red Death, though I don't know what a hash-slinger is.

    The Scarlet Plague

  • And after a year of that she became waitress in a cheap restaurant — hash-slinger, she called it.

    The Night-Born

  • Then Denver's some in the turtle-dove business, according to that hash-slinger in Cheyenne.

    Wyoming, a Story of the Outdoor West

  • "I reckon you ain't going to be very popular hereabout as a hash-slinger, Miss Whatever-your-name is."

    Joan of Arc of the North Woods

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