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To Whip Off (Grose 1811 Dictionary)

To Whip Off

To run away, to drink off greedily, to snatch. He whipped away from home, went to the alehouse, where he whipped off a full tankard, and coming back whipped off a fellow’s hat from his head.

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

Whip Jacks * Whip-belly Vengeance

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Whids
To Whiddle
Whiddler
Whiffles
Whifflers
Whimper
To Whine
Whinyard
To Whip the Cock
Whip Jacks
To Whip Off
Whip-belly Vengeance
Whipper-snapper
Whipshire
Whipster
Whipt Syllabub
Whirlygigs
Whisker
Whisker Splitter
Whiskin
Whisky