"daylights" Definition

  1. eyes; “to darken his DAYLIGHTS,” to give a person black eyes. Also the spaces left in glasses between the liquor and the brim,—not allowed when bumpers are drunk. The toast-master in such cases cries “no DAYLIGHTS or heeltaps!”

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Position in the dictionary: 929 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: daze, dead-against, dead-alive, dead-amiss, dead-beat, dead-heat, dead-horse, dead-letter, dead-lock, dead-lurk
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