"big-bird" Definition

  1. TO GET THE, _i.e._, to be hissed, as actors occasionally are by the “gods.” BIG-BIRD is simply a metaphor for goose.—_Theat. Slang._

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Position in the dictionary: 173 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: big-wig, bilbo, bilk, billingsgate, billingsgate pheasant, billy, billy-barlow, billy-cock, bingo, bingy
Previous words in the dictionary: big house, big, biddy, bible-carrier, betty, betting round, better, best, bess-o’-bedlam, beong

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