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Topic: Dictionary of American Slang

  Slang    Dictionary  
  American    American Heritage Dictionary  
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The Brain has inferred the following facts from reading text collected on the topic:
Favorite possession(s):Dictionary
Currently has on their coffee table:Vogue magazine
Dream job(s):Teacher
Favorite era(s):1940s,  1930s,  1970s
Favorite activity(s):Writing stories
Interest(s):English,  French
Likes to wear:Mooks,  Afro
Listens to:Backstreet Boys,  Bruce Springsteen
Favorite type of dance(s):Swing,  Salsa
Worst habit(s):Swearing
Membership(s):Electronic Frontier Foundation
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The Brain has selected interesting relevant sentences from the web. It automatically assigned them to some of our fictitious experts based on their personalities.

Miguel Cortez,
Small Business Owner

The Dictionary of American Slang compiled by Harold Wentworth and Stuart Berg Flexner (Second Supplemented Edition 1975) defines a magoo :
Keith Tennant,
Factory Worker

Stuart Berg Flexner, preface, Dictionary of American Slang , by Robert L.
Anita Ganesh,

The Random House Historical Dictionary Of American Slang can be read for pure pleasure, but is also an excellent resource for word scholars and storytellers.
Paddy McGuinness,

The Dictionary of American Slang (Wentworth and Flexner) and The Morris Dictionary of Word and Phrase Origins both trace the phrase in this way, but this only takes it back as far as the 1930s.
Billie Kirgan,

A dictionary of slang, jargon, and cant embracing English, American, and Anglo-Indian slang, pidgin English, tinkersí jargon and other irregular phraseology.
Shane Kelly,
Bar Tender

NTC's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Slang City highly recommends this book for ESL students.
NTC's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions.
NTC's Dictionary of American Slang.
Jordan Jones,

The following citation is from the book Juba to Jive: the dictionary of African-American slang, by Clarence Major.
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