lick
 n.— «“You still want to bust that lick after school?” “We need to bust it tonight and you could catch my bus,” the pal replied back. “It’s betta to do it in the daytime and I got my fire,” his friend added. In street talk, “lick” is robbery and “fire” means gun.» —“Judge denies Tate bail in robbery of pizza deliveryman” by Wanda J. DeMarzo Palm Beach Post (Florida) June 24, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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