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Damned Soul (Grose 1811 Dictionary)

Damned Soul

A clerk in a counting house, whose sole business it is to clear or swear off merchandise at the custom-house; and who, it is said, guards against the crime of perjury, by taking a previous oath, never to swear truly on those occasions.

Definition taken from The 1811 Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue, originally by Francis Grose.

Damme Boy * Damper

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Daddles
Daddy
Daggers
Dairy
Daisy Cutter
Daisy Kickers
Dam
Damber
Damme Boy
Damned Soul
Damper
Dance upon Nothing
Dancers
Dandy
Dandy grey Russet
Dandy Prat
To Dangle
Dangler
Dapper Fellow
Darbies