SE in slang uses
see sheet n.
(US campus) a slide-rule.
|AS VII:5 330: cheating stick — a slide rule.‘Johns Hopkins Jargon’ in|
|Slanguage Dict. Mod. Amer. Sl. 10: cheating stick, a slide rule.|
(UK Und.) a false shirt-front.
|Life and Adventures.|
see beat the starter under beat v.
to recover from a serious illness.
|Living Age 1 July 209/1: ‘I have every faith in you.’ ‘Sir, the confidence is flattering; and I think between us, we may cheat the worms’.|
|Little Ragamuffin 166: ‘You never mean to tell me that you’ve weathered it through!’ ‘Yes, sir, [...] he’s cheated the worms, as the saying is.’.|
|Londinismen (2nd edn).|