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Piss Pot Hall (Grose 1811 Dictionary)

Piss Pot Hall

A house at Clapton, near Hackney, built by a potter chiefly out of the profits of chamber pots, in the bottom of which the portrait of Dr. Sacheverel was depicted.

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

Piss Maker * Piss Prophet

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Pinchers
To Pink
Pinking-dindee
Pins
Piper
Piscinarians
Piss
Piss-burned
Piss Maker
Piss Pot Hall
Piss Prophet
Piss-proud
Pissing Down Any One’s Back
Pissing Pins and Needles
Pit
Pit-1
Pitt’s Picture
Pit-a-pat
Pitch-kettled
Pitcher