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Drop (Grose 1811 Dictionary)

Drop

The new drop; a contrivance for executing felons at Newgate, by means of a platform, which drops from under them: this is also called the last drop. See Leaf. See Morning Drop.

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

Drommerars * Drop a Cog

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Draught
Draw Latches
To Draw
Drawers
Drawing the King’s Picture
To Dress
Dribble
Dripper
Dromedary
Drommerars
Drop
Drop a Cog
Drop In the Eye
Dropping Member
Drop Coves
To Drop Down
To Drub
Drummer
Drunk
Drury Lane Ague
Drury Lane Vestal