"dust-hole" Definition

  1. Sidney Sussex College at Cambridge.—_Univ. Slang._
  2. the Queen’s Theatre, Tottenham Court Road, was so called until comparatively recently, when it was entirely renovated and renamed, and now, as the Prince of Wales’s, it is one of the most fortunate and fashionable theatres in London.

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Position in the dictionary: 1127 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: dustoorie, dusty, dutch, dutch auction, dutch concert, dutch consolation, dutch courage, dutch feast, dutch uncle, earl of cork
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