"peg" Definition

  1. brandy and soda-water. A PEG by which to pull oneself up again. Also, a shilling.—_Scotch._
  2. “to PEG away,” to strike, run, or drive away; “PEG a hack,” to drive a cab; “to take him down a PEG or two,” to check an arrogant or conceited person,—possibly derived from the use of PEG tankards. _See_ PIN.
  3. to drink frequently; generally used in reference to devotees of “S. and B.”

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Position in the dictionary: 2550 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: peggers, pegtops, penang-lawyer, pencil-fever, penny dreadfuls, penny gaff, penny starver, penny-a-liner, pensioner, pen’orth
Previous words in the dictionary: peery, peepers, peeler, peel, peckish, peckham, pecker, peck-alley, peck, pec

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