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Dram (Grose 1811 Dictionary)

Dram

A glass or small measure of any spirituous liquors, which, being originally sold by apothecaries, were estimated by drams, ounces, &c. Dog’s dram; to spit in his mouth, and clap his back.

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

Drain * Dram-a-tick

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Dowse On the Chops
Dowser
Doxies
Drap
Drag
Drag Lay
Draggletail
Dragooning It
Drain
Dram
Dram-a-tick
Draper
Draught
Draw Latches
To Draw
Drawers
Drawing the King’s Picture
To Dress
Dribble
Dripper