"free-and-easy" Definition

  1. a club held at a low public-house, the members of which meet in the tap-room or parlour for the purpose of drinking, smoking, and hearing each other sing. These gatherings are generally called harmonic meetings by the landlord, but FREE-AND-EASY best indicates the character of the proceedings.

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Position in the dictionary: 1340 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: freeman’s quay, french cream, french gout, french leave, fresh, freshman, friday-face, frisk, frisk a cly, frog
Previous words in the dictionary: free fight, frapping, fox’s sleep, foxy, foxing, foxed, fox, fourth estate, fourth, four-eyes

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