I just thought I'd point that out. Dismal Ditty--The psalm sung by the felons at the gallows, just before they are turned off. Borachio--A skin for holding wine, commonly a goat's; also a nick name for a drunkard. Glass pipe used to smoke crack. A marijuana cigarette laced with PCP. Residue produced from smoking amphetamine. Fly Slicers--Life-guard men, from their sitting on horseback, under an arch, where they are frequently observed to drive away flies with their swords.
The Fanglish Dictionary of Essential Cat Slang
Dust--Money--Down with your dust; deposit the money--To raise or kick up a dust; to make a disturbance or riot: Two layers of cocaine with a layer of heroin in the middle. However, Oprah rarely discusses such topics so explicitly. Ambassador--A trick to duck some ignorant fellow or landsman, frequently played on board ships in the warm latitudes--It is thus managed: Corinthian--A gentleman who is fashionable and adept at sporting activities--It originally meant profligate, after the apparently elegant yet dissipated lifestyle in ancient Corinth-- Frequenters of brothels--Also an impudent, brazen-faced fellow, perhaps from the Corinthian brass. Yarmouth Coach--A kind of low two-wheeled cart drawn by one horse, not much unlike an Irish car. Using others to get drugs.
Controlled Substances: Clark County Prosecutions
In other words, it turns sentences or phrases into words. Crack Cocaine; heroin; amphetamine; methamphetamine; methcathinone. Bone-Setters--Poor quality horses-- A hard-trotting horse. Connected with drug suppliers. Caterwauling--Going out in the night in search of intrigues, like a cat in the gutters. Cigars in which tobacco is replaced with marijuana. Bing--To go-- Cant Bing avast; get you gone--Binged avast in a darkmans; stole away in the night--Bing we to Rumeville:
A person who has lost it all to crack. Person selling bogus drugs. Nanny She takes care of the household and children while the parents are away. Bandbox--Mine arse on a bandbox; an answer to the offer of any thing inadequate to the purpose for which it is proffered, like offering a bandbox for a seat. Becalmed--A piece of sea wit, sported in hot weather--I am becalmed, the sail sticks to the mast; that is, my shirt sticks to my back--His prad is becalmed; his horse knocked up. Barrel Fever--He died of the barrel fever; he killed himself by drinking.