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Snap Dragon (Grose 1811 Dictionary)

Snap Dragon

A Christmas gambol: raisins and almonds being put into a bowl of brandy, and the candles extinguished, the spirit is set on fire, and the company scramble for the raisins.

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

Snakesman * To Snap the Glaze

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Smuggling Ken
To Smush
Smut
Smut-1
Snack
To Snabble
Snaffler
To Snaffle
Snaggs
Snakesman
Snap Dragon
To Snap the Glaze
Snappers
Snapt
Snatch Cly
Sneak
Sneaker
Sneaking Budge
Sneaksby
Sneering
Snicker