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hully-gully

hully-gully  adj.— «It was a lot safer, too, because the scores were planned, not hully-gully where you might run into any kind of surprise. Indeed, Diesel was sent to San Quentin after he tried to rob a Sacramento poker room in his own...

do-me queen

do-me queen  n.— «That would be as rude and abusive as if i had followed up your post asking why rob didn’t go create alt.sex.bondage-only for you to go play in and called you a lazy, snide, self-centered do-me queen bottom.» —“Re:...

fiending

fiending  n.— «“Whoever did it,” the man said, “must have been fiending for drugs, that’s all they do around here. They tried to rob an ice cream truck. I mean how much money is on an ice cream truck. That’s stupid...

gank

gank v. to rob, rip off, or con (someone). Editorial Note: See also gank, n. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

gank

gank  v.— «One told the others, “Let’s gank him,” which the 17-year- old understood to mean that he wanted to rob Eshman.» —“Petition sheds light on events of slaying, but motive is murky” by Mary Carole...

gank

gank  v.— «Hickman said he and Maurice Pointer planned to “gank”—the street term for rob—the undercover agent, posing as a customer, by selling him fake cocaine for $28,000 on April 8 on the MSU campus in East Lansing...