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Varment (Grose 1811 Dictionary)

Varment

(Whip and Cambridge.) Natty, dashing. He is quite varment, he is quite the go. He sports a varment hat, coat, &c.; he is dressed like a gentleman Jehu.

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

Varlets * Vaulting School

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Vagaries
Vain-glorious
Valentine
To Vamp
Vamper
Van
Van-neck
Vardy
Varlets
Varment
Vaulting School
Velvet
Venerable Monosyllable
Venus’s Curse
Vessels of Paper
Vicar of Bray
Vice Admiral of the Narrow Seas
Victualling Office
Vincent’s Law
Vinegar