"make" Definition

  1. any one is said to be “on the MAKE” who asks too high a price for his goods, or endeavours in any way to overreach.
  2. to steal, a successful theft or swindle. A man on the look-out for swindling opportunities is said to be “on the MAKE.”

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Position in the dictionary: 2114 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: make tracks, make-up, makings, malapropism, malley, man a-hanging, man in the moon, man-handle, manablins, mandozy
Previous words in the dictionary: main-toby, mail, mahogany flat, mahogany, mahcheen, magsman, maggoty, mag, madza, maceman

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