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Lansprisado (Grose 1811 Dictionary)

Lansprisado

One who has only two-pence in his pocket. Also a lance, or deputy corporal; that is, one doing the duty without the pay of a corporal. Formerly a lancier, or horseman, who being dismounted by the death of his horse, served in the foot, by the title of lansprisado, or lancepesato, a broken lance.

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

Lank Sleeve * Lanthorn-jawed

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Lage of Duds
Laid On the Shelf
To Lamb
Lamb’s Wool
Lambskin Men
Lamp
Land
Land Lopers
Land Pirates
Lank Sleeve
Lansprisado
Lanthorn-jawed
Lap
Lark
Lark-1
Larry Dugan’s Eye Water
Latch
Lathy
Latitat
Lavender
Laugh