"sea-cook" Definition

  1. “son of a SEA-COOK,” an opprobrious phrase used on board ship, differing from “son of a gun,” which is generally used admiringly or approvingly.

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Position in the dictionary: 3017 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: seals, see it out, see the king., see., seedy, seeley’s pigs, sell, sensation, serene, serve out
Previous words in the dictionary: sea-connie, scurf, scull, scufter, scrumptious, scruff, scrouge, scrimshaw., scrimmage, screwed

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