penny stinkard
 n.— «In the early days of London’s bustling theatre community, audiences could occasionally get a little unruly—especially people who sat in an area specifically set aside for the “penny stinkards,” or what we would today refer to as the “cheap seats.”» —“The play’s the bling” by Tom Winterhoff Goldstream News Gazette (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada) Oct. 6, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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