"daisy-kicker" Definition

  1. the name ostlers at large inns used to give each other, now nearly obsolete. DAISY-KICKER, or GROGHAM, was likewise the cant term for a horse. The DAISY-KICKERS were sad rogues in the old posting days; frequently the landlords rented the stables to them, as the only plan to make them return a profit.

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Position in the dictionary: 906 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: damage, damper, dance upon nothing, dancer, or dancing-master, dander, dando, dandy, dandypratt, danna, darbies
Previous words in the dictionary: daisy-cutter, dairies, dags, daffy, daddy;, daddy, daddle, dacha-saltee, dab, d.t.

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