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Leather (Grose 1811 Dictionary)

Leather

To lose leather; to be galled with riding on horseback, or, as the Scotch express it, to be saddle sick. To leather also meant to beat, perhaps originally with a strap: I’ll leather you to your heart’s content. Leather-headed; stupid. Leathern conveniency; term used by quakers for a stage-coach.

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

Least In Sight * Leery

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Lay
Laystall
Lazy
Lazy Man’s Load
Lazybones
Leaf
To Leak
Leaky
Leaping Over the Sword
Least In Sight
Leather
Leery
Left-handed Wife
Leg
Leggers
Lenten Fare
Letch
Levite
To Lib
Libbege
Libben