"ladder" Definition

  1. “can’t see a hole in a LADDER,” said of any one who is intoxicated. It was once said that a man was never properly drunk until he could not lie down without holding, could not see a hole through a LADDER, or went to the pump to light his pipe.

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Position in the dictionary: 1945 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: ladies’ mile, lag, lagged, lagger, lagging gage, lambasting, lamb’s wool, lame duck, lamming, lammy
Previous words in the dictionary: lacing, laced, lac, la!, kypsey, kye, kudos, kubber, kotoo, kootee

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