SE in slang uses
[late 18C] London as the home of louche urban pursuits and individuals.
1. [late 17C–18C] a promiscuous man.
2. [late 17C–early 19C; 1910s–20s] a ‘whoremaster’, i.e. a pimp or procurer.
[1910s–60s] (US) a police officer working in a village or small town.
see crack n.3 (2)
see lady about town under lady n.
see ety. at Tipperary fortune n.
see miss n.1
[1970s+] a very promiscuous woman.
see under shift n.
[late 17C–18C] a womanizer, a lecher.
[mid-19C] a smart dowager.
[late 18C–mid-19C] (UK Und.) a gullible person, prey to confidence tricksters.
[late 17C–early 18C] a pimp.
[1940s+] to lick and suck the partner’s body, incl. the genitals and sometimes the anus.
1. [early 19C] well-off, having plenty of money.
2. [1960s] (US campus) acceptable.
[late 17C–early 19C] of a man, extremely promiscuous.
1. [early 18C–1950s] working as a prostitute; thus take to the town, to work as a prostitute.
2. [early–mid-19C] living as a professional criminal.
3. [early–mid-19C] living as a sophisticate, a man of the world.
1. [early 19C] in prison for debt.
2. [early–late 19C] hard up, penniless.
3. [mid-19C] unexcited, unstimulated.
4. [1920s–60s] (US Und.) in prison.
5. [1940s–60s] (US) crazy.
6. [1960s] (US black) unacceptable, unfashionable.
see Windy City n. (1)
[1950s] (W.I.) a call for speedy and generous service, esp. on arriving at a bar and calling for a quick round of drinks.
[1980s+] (orig. US black/campus) a general excl. of disbelief, dismissal.