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Plate (Grose 1811 Dictionary)

Plate

Money, silver, prize. He is in for the plate; he has won the KEAT, i.e. is infected with the venereal disorder: a simile drawn from hofse-racing. When the plate fleet comes in; when money comes to hand.

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

To Plant * Platter-faced

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Pit
Pit-1
Pitt’s Picture
Pit-a-pat
Pitch-kettled
Pitcher
Pizzy Club
Plaister of Warm Guts
Plant
To Plant
Plate
Platter-faced
Play
Pluck
Plug Tail
Plumb
Plummy
Plump
Plump Currant
Plumpers
Plyer