"my uncle" Definition

  1. the pawnbroker,—generally used when any person questions the whereabouts of a domestic article. “Oh! only at MY UNCLE’S” is the reply. “Up the spout” has the same meaning. It is worthy of remark that the French call this useful relative “ma tante,” my aunt.

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Position in the dictionary: 2299 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: n. c., nab, nab the rust, nabob, nabs, nag, nail, nail in one’s coffin, namby-pamby, nammus
Previous words in the dictionary: my tulip, my lord, my aunt, muzzy, muzzler, muzzle, mutton-walk, mutton-fist, mutton chops, mutton

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