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Dot and Go One (Grose 1811 Dictionary)

Dot and Go One

To waddle: generally applied to persons who have one leg shorter than the other, and who, as the sea phrase is, go upon an uneven keel. Also a jeering appellation for an inferior writing-master, or teacher of arithmetic.

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

Dopey * Double

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Dolly
Domine Do little
Domineer
Dommerer
Done
Done Up
Donkey
Doodle
Doodle Sack
Dopey
Dot and Go One
Double
Double Jugg
Dove-tail
Douglas
Dowdy
Down Hills
Down
To Dowse
Dowse On the Chops
Dowser