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Punks and Hippies

Historical Dictionary of American Slang

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  • vamoose
    ( v ) To leave. Come on, partners. Let's vamoose.
    1830s
  • vege out
    ( vp ) To do nothing. I want to vege out in front of the television this evening.
    1980s
  • vegetate
    ( v ) To do nothing. I don't feel like doing anything; I think I'm going home and vegetate tonight.
    1980s
  • veggie
    ( n ) Vegetable. The meal was OK but you don't get many veggies with the meat.
    1970s
  • vibes
    ( n ) Feeling, sense of something. I get good vibes from the new secretary.
    1960s
  • vid
    ( n ) A memory. I got a vid of you falling down the steps!
    1990s
  • vigorish
    ( n ) High interest on a loan. He got the money from a loan shark who charged him 10% a day in vigorish.
    1910s
  • vitals
    ( n ) Important information. Yo, can you give me the vitals on Jims party?
    1980s
  • vogues
    ( n ) Wide wheels. I saw him last night driving on a new set of vogues.
    1980s

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