"saw your timber" Definition

  1. “be off!” equivalent to “cut your stick.” Occasionally varied, with mock refinement, to “amputate your mahogany.” _See_ CUT.

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Position in the dictionary: 2961 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: sawbones, sawney, scab, scab-raiser, scabby neck, scabby-sheep, scaldrum dodge, scaly, scamander, scammered
Previous words in the dictionary: saw, savvey, saveloy, save, saucebox, satin, sappy, sap, sank work, sanguinary james

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