- a dodge, a preconcerted swindle; a position in the street to sell from. All bearings-up, bonnetings, and such like arrangements, are the results of preconcerted schemes or PLANTS.
- to mark a person out for plunder or robbery; to conceal or hide money, &c.—_Old Cant._ In the sense of conceal, there is a similar word in _Argot_, PLANQUER.
- a hidden store of money or variables. To “spring a PLANT” is to unearth another person’s hoard.
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