"magsman" Definition

  1. a street swindler, who watches for countrymen and “gullible” persons, and persuades them out of their possessions. MAGSMEN are wonderful actors. Their work is done in broad daylight, without any stage accessories; and often a wink, a look, or a slip of the tongue would betray their confederacy. Their ability and perseverance are truly worthy of a better cause. MAGSMEN are very often men of superior education. Those who “work” the tidal trains and boats are often faultlessly dressed and highly accomplished.

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Position in the dictionary: 2108 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: mahcheen, mahogany, mahogany flat, mail, main-toby, make, make tracks, make-up, makings, malapropism
Previous words in the dictionary: maggoty, mag, madza, maceman, mace, mab, m.t., m.p., m. b. coat, lynch-law

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