- a fight, or set to. _Ancient Cant_, MYLL, to rob. Probably from the special opportunities afforded to pickpockets when the ring was a “national institution.”
- to fight or beat.
- the old Insolvent Debtors’ Court. “To go through the MILL” was equivalent to being “whitewashed.”
- the tread-MILL.
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