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Vincent’s Law (Grose 1811 Dictionary)

Vincent’s Law

The art of cheating at cards, composed of the following associates: bankers, those who play booty; the gripe, he that betteth; and the person cheated, who is styled the vincent; the gains acquired, termage.

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

Victualling Office * Vinegar

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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
Vixen
To Vowel
Uncle
Understrapper
Under Dubber
Unfortunate Gentlemen
Unfortunate Women
Ungrateful Man
Unguentum Aureum