"oak" Definition

  1. the outer door of college rooms; to “sport one’s OAK,” to be “not at home” to visitors. _See_ SPORT.—_University._ [Illustration: A “Sporting Door,” or “Oak.”]

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Position in the dictionary: 2410 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: oar, oat, oat-stealer, obfuscated, obliquitous, obstropolous, ochre, od rot it, odd man, odd man out
Previous words in the dictionary: oaf, o. p., o. k., nux, nuts, nut-cut, nut, nurse, number of his mess, nowhere

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