"rag and famish" Definition

  1. the Army and Navy Club. From Ensign RAG and Captain FAMISH, imaginary characters, out of whom Leech some years back obtained much amusement.

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Position in the dictionary: 2783 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: rag-shop, rag-splawger, ragamuffin, rain napper, raise the wind, raker, ramp, rampage, ramper, ramshackle
Previous words in the dictionary: rag, raff, rafe, raclan, racks, rackety, racket, rabbit, r. m. d., quodger

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