"sky-scraper" Definition

  1. a tall man; “Are you cold up there, old SKY-SCRAPER?” Properly a sea-term. The light sails, which some adventurous skippers set above the royals in calm latitudes, are termed SKY-SCRAPERS and MOON-RAKERS.

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Position in the dictionary: 3194 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: sky-wannocking, slab, slack, slam, slammock, slang, slang-whanger, slangy, slantingdicular, slap
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