- a chest, or package. _See_ SLOPS.
- a letter.—_Prison Cant._
- an insinuation, a discreditable innuendo.
- gammon, “up to SLUM,” wide awake, knowing. “And this, without more SLUM began, Over a flowing pot-house can, To settle, without botheration, The rigs of this here tip-top nation.” _Jack Randall’s Diary_, 1820.
- or BACK SLUM, a dark retreat, a low neighbourhood; as Westminster and East-end SLUMS, favourite haunts for thieves.
- to hide, to pass to a confederate.
- to saunter about, with a suspicion, perhaps, of immoral pursuits.—_Cambridge University Slang_.
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