"touch-and-go" Definition

  1. an expression often applied to men with whom business arrangements should be of the lightest possible character. Thus, “He’s a TOUCH-AND-GO sort of fellow. Be careful of him.”

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Position in the dictionary: 3747 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: toucher, touchy, tout, tout., touter, touzle, tow-pows, towel, towelling, town and gown.
Previous words in the dictionary: touch, totting, tot-up, tot, toss, toshers, torpids, tormentors, topsy-turvy, topper

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