Slang Definitions #4

We give you the slang. You give us the common English meaning.
All answers are a SINGLE WORD
This is mostly American slang
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Last updated: November 22, 2015
First submittedJune 17, 2015
Times taken7,789
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Slang
Hint
Meaning
Bust a Move
Verb
Dance
Pooch
Animal
Dog
Scrilla
Noun
Money
Kicks
Attire
Shoes
Chuffed
Adjective
Happy
Grub
Noun
Food
Jimmy Hat
"Attire"
Condom
Lily-Livered
Adjective
Cowardly
Bonkers
Adjective
Crazy
Starkers
Adjective
Naked
Horsefeathers
Noun
Nonsense
Slang
Hint
Meaning
Black Gold
Noun
Oil
Keister
Body Part
Butt
Arvo
Australian
Afternoon
Brain Bucket
Object
Helmet
Canuck
Person
Canadian
Hump Day
Time
Wednesday
Piehole
Body Part
Mouth
Snog
Verb
Kiss
Big House
Place
Prison
Hooptie
Noun
Car
On the Sauce
Adjective
Drunk
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Level 75
Jun 29, 2015
You need to accept more options for keister. I tried ass, rear, rear end, behind, tuckus...if you're accepting butt instead of buttocks it makes sense.
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Level 57
Nov 22, 2015
Using the slang word "butt" in a quiz that identifies what other slang words mean is not right. This quiz needs to use a proper word like "bottom" or "posterior" for the answer. No "asses", "tuckuses", or "butts" or any other of the many words we have developed to describe our cheeks of glory please.
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Level 72
Nov 23, 2015
Bottom and posterior are euphamisms. Who draws the line? You?
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Level 74
Dec 18, 2018
I'd say 'bottom' is the closest you can get to a straightforward word in English. 'Posterior' has enough of an air of gentility to suggest it's a euphemism. 'Butt' definitely doesn't work, because it's slang - the whole point of the quiz is to translate out of slang.
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Level 79
Nov 23, 2015
Seriously, it accepts butt but not bum?
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Level 64
Jan 11, 2018
please also accept cornhole
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Level 68
Sep 28, 2019
Yes. If butt works, so should bum!
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Level 76
Oct 13, 2015
Pleased for chuffed?
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Level ∞
Nov 22, 2015
Pleased will work now
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Level 76
Oct 13, 2015
Weak, afraid, scared, chicken, etc. for lily-livered?
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Level 72
Jul 7, 2019
Agreed. Not accepting “afraid” and “scared” for cowardly is pretty stringent.
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Level 77
Jul 15, 2020
One is current state, the other part of character
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Level 71
Nov 22, 2015
Seems to be a common one judging from the results, but I've never heard of hump day before.
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Level 70
Nov 22, 2015
I've never heard of it either, I just kept on trying day by day till I got it.
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Level 78
Nov 22, 2015
There was a very popular TV commercial in the US about an annoying camel asking, "What day is it?" It's hump day!!! (The point being that having that brand of insurance makes a person happier than a camel on hump day.)
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Level 47
Nov 22, 2015
Should accept other definitions for Grub, such as Dirty/unclean/uncouth (see definition 3)

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=grub

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Level 72
Feb 12, 2016
It's used to refer to a person here (Aus) too - on a sports field for a dirty/niggly player but also for someone who generally behaves unethically or immorally
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Level 72
Jul 7, 2019
Specifying “Noun” should make it clear it’s not looking for the adjectival definition you mention.
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Level 23
Nov 22, 2015
Accept 'pleased' for 'chuffed'
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Level 79
Nov 22, 2015
I agree with most of the above comments, there are many, many alternative answers which should work here for a lot of the clues. For me in particular I expected Bottom to work for Keister and Chicken, Scared or Afraid for Lily-Livered. Please consider being more flexible on the entire quiz.
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Level 68
Nov 22, 2015
The Big House = University of Michigan's football stadium!!
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Level 62
Nov 23, 2015
I seriously started typing that before I caught myself! LOL
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Level 56
Nov 22, 2015
For some reason i guessed poppycock but not nonsense for horse feathers. Acceptible?
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Level 58
Nov 24, 2015
It's certainly more acceptable than 'acceptible'..
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Level 75
Jul 20, 2016
I tried balderdash, rubbish, garbage to no avail.
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Level 73
Oct 26, 2019
I tried everything from rubbish to bollocks...
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Level 72
Apr 8, 2020
I agree that ‘balderdash’ is a very good fit for ‘horsefeathers’. Would you kindly consider ‘balderdash’ please Quizmaster?
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Level 81
Mar 7, 2020
There really is a slew of words synonymous with horsefeathers, lily-livered, chuffed, etc.
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Level 72
Nov 23, 2015
Any other Canadians cringe at being called a Canuck? Am I just overly sensitive? Not even sure what a Canuck is. Maybe a regional thing? It's a big country.
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Level 58
Nov 23, 2015
As far as I know, it's not derogatory, or at least, I haven't heard it used that way. It's American slang for someone from Canada; I don't think it has any other meaning. It seems to be similar to calling someone from New Zealand a Kiwi.
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Level 72
Jul 7, 2019
I only just now found out Canuck can even be used derogatorily; I always assumed it was just like “Yank” for American. I mean, you guys have a whole hockey team with the name!
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Level 54
Nov 23, 2015
Hardhat should be accepted for brain bucket
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Level 53
Mar 18, 2017
Good idea but frustrating quiz. Tried numerous synonyms for lily-livered but not cowardly, so no credit for that. Agree with other comments that there needs to be a wider range of answers for the clues rather than one particular equivalent word. On the other hand, have heard of other terms for ''Jimmy Hat'' but not the one chosen, so I guess I have learned something today!
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Level 64
May 4, 2018
A "hooptie" isn't just a car; it's a junker/jalopy/old and dilapidated car. :\
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Level 82
Dec 18, 2018
was really clueless on that one, the term i've heard is banger but that has other meanings too
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Level 67
Jul 24, 2019
wow chuffed is low!
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Level 82
Apr 4, 2020
Amusing series, thanks! One gripe though: three of these questions are repeats. Pooch was previously used in quiz #3, Kicks and Starkers were used in #2. I only know this because I just took all four in succession.
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Level 44
May 8, 2020
Tried scared, afraid, yellow-bellied, thin-skinned (even though this is different) for lily-livered and none of them worked