"cat’s-water" Definition

  1. “old Tom,” or gin.

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Position in the dictionary: 553 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: caucus, caulk, caulker, caution, cavaulting, cave, chaff, chaffer, chal, chalk out
Previous words in the dictionary: cat’s-paw, cat’s-meat, cattle, cats and dogs., catgut-scraper, catever, caterwauling, catchy, catchbet, catch-’em-alive

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