Green’s Dictionary of Slang

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plain-turkey, n. a tramp, a vagrant living in the Great Plains of Western Queensland.
turkey, n.1 1. a state of drunkenness . 2.  a vagrant’s pack, a lumberman’s kit pack . 3.  a suitcase; a large traveling bag . 4. in senses of failure, weakness . (7 subsenses)
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turkey, n.2 an Irish immigrant; also as adj.
turkey, n.3 1. amphetamine. 2.  cocaine.
turkey, n.4 see plain-turkey n.
turkey, adj.1 1.  easily accomplished and enjoyed or desired. 2.  cowardly.
turkey, adj.2 see turkey n.2
turkey, v.1 to strut around.
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turkey, v.2 to breathe marijuana smoke through the nose.
bee’s knees, n. 1. a superior person, or someone who poses as such. 2. of things, the best, the superlative.
turkeymeat (n.) see sense 4g above.
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turkey neck (n.) the penis.
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turkey spanker (n.) a masturbator.
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turkey on a string (n.) one who is infatuated and thus easily led and controlled.
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turkey out (v.) to run off, to act in a cowardly manner.
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turkey buyer (n.) a rich person.
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turkey-buzzard (n.) 1.  a white man, usu. derog. 2. see buzzard n. (5)
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Turkey Day (n.) Thanksgiving.
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turkey gobble (n.) fellatio; thus turkey gobbler, a fellator/fellatrix.
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turkey merchant (n.) 1. one who buys and sells turkeys, a poulterer . 2.  a dealer in smuggled silk . 3. a street-seller of rhubarb.
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turkey’s elbow (n.) see bee’s knees n.
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turkey shoot (n.) 1.  a combat in which one’s own side wins without any difficulty, killing and destroying on a large scale; also in fig. use. 2. anything exceptionally easy.
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turkey tail (n.) a term of abuse.
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turkey off (v.) to leave in a hurry, to run off.
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turkey out (v.) to back down, to exhibit cowardice.
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Turkey puddle, n. coffee.
Turkey trot, n. diarrhoea suffered by tourists.
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