"head or tail" Definition

  1. “I can’t make HEAD OR TAIL of it,” _i.e._, cannot make it out. Originally a gambling phrase.

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Position in the dictionary: 1621 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: head-beetler, head-rails, head-serag, header, heap, heat, heavy dragoons, heavy wet, hedge, hedge-popping
Previous words in the dictionary: ha’porth o’ liveliness, ha’porth o’ coppers, hazy, haze, haymarket hectors, hay bag, hawse holes, hawbuck, hatchet, hash

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