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Dictionary of Australian Words And Terms

 

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RAG . A newspaper.
RAG, TO CHEW THE . To grieve; to be melancholy.
RAG, TO SKY THE . To surrender.
RAIN, TO KEEP OUT OF THE . To avoid danger.
RATTLED . Confused, annoyed.
READY UP . A fake.
RED 'OT . Unfair; extreme.
RED BREAM . Name given to young schnapper.
RED GUM . Variety of Eucalyptus.
RED LOT . Gold watch and chain.
REDHEAD . N.S.W. name for the bird Aegintha temporalis.
RIBUCK . Expression of assent.
RIGHT OIL . The truth; to be informed.
RIGHTO . Exclamation of consent.
RILE . To annoy.
 
Old English 'word lottery' pick

Cystolith : n. A concretion of mineral matter within a leaf or other part of a plant.; n. A urinary calculus.

 
A Dictionary of Australian Words And Terms by Gilbert H. Lawson, published originally in 1924 in Balmain, Sydney by the Direct Hosiery Company
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