"bottom" Definition

  1. stamina in a horse or man. Power to stand fatigue; endurance to receive a good beating and still fight on. “A fellow of pluck, sound wind, and good BOTTOM is fit to fight anything.” This was an old axiom among prize fighters. Pierce Egan was very fond of the word.
  2. spirit placed in a glass before aërated water is poured in. As, “a soda and a BOTTOM of brandy,” “soda and dark BOTTOM,” is American for soda and brown brandy. “BOTTOMED well with brandy.”—_Bon Gaultier Ballads._

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Position in the dictionary: 309 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: botts, botty, bounce, bounceable, bouncer, bounder, bow-catcher, bowdlerization, bowl out, bowlas
Previous words in the dictionary: bottle-holder, botheration!, bother, botany bay, bostruchyzer, boss-eyed, bosman, bosky, bosh-faker, bosh

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