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Slang in a sentence

The Internet, once a slang.
Slang lives on the language.
All choice of words is slang.
Almost like a universal slang.
She told me it was to explain slang.
The Dauntless have the weirdest slang.
Slang is the tongue of those who sit in.
I think that 'gravy' is slang for money in.
In English slang it refers to a young woman.
There is correct English: that is not slang.
Also slang referring to the use of plug tobacco.
Echo was military slang for an interrogator.
Algebra, medicine, botany, have each their slang.
Where are we at this moment? In the land of slang.
Researches in slang mean discoveries at every step.
And kindly refrain from using all that hippy slang.
And the strongest slang of all is the slang of poets.
In slang terms, sometimes referred to as a Jelly Roll.
He or she is mindful of slang and subtlety of meaning.
Careful, your twenty-first century slang is coming out.
Colle, Panard and Piron flow from it, enriched with slang.
Sally didn’t respond to the slang term I used for his name.
What is slang? It is at one and the same time, a nation and a.
The chorus was old slang for getting inebriated and making love.
This is what may be called the first, the vulgar aspect of slang.
It is in this cellar that nearly all the slang songs had their birth.
I've been scanning, her hutechnic tongue passed as native slang.
There is the slang of the affected lady as well as of the precieuses.
Navy slang for a drinking fountain aboard a United States ship of war.
CHAV: A slang term which has been in wide use throughout the United.
Well, tell me whether it is slang or poetry to call an ox a leg-plaiter.
Slang, being the dialect of corruption, quickly becomes corrupted itself.
In the major US and British networks, there is a slang term called ITP.
Origin: The word “nut” was used as a slang term for “head” around 1820.
Slang, whether the public admit the fact or not has its syntax and its poetry.
They were called ‘Hangers’ in slang and had become the symbol of urban life.
Rock ‘n Roll (A 50’s/60’s American slang for sex in the backseat of a car).
Now Mercer wondered if he’d been jonesing for a fix, or whatever the slang was.
This system, combined with localallusions, double meanings and current slang, in.
In the slang words of the time, it "sees its finish" if the positive thought is.

Hold onto your temper, Sally – don’t turn this into a slanging match!.
I let the rest of the class fall into a slanging match about who was kissing whom.
Being evenly matched in the verbal stakes, our first slanging match was memorable - warming the insides and leaving us relaxed.
It was absurd that I should have ended up in a slanging match with the Stephen Stills tour party, as at seventeen, I had nothing but admiration for the man.
He had returned with Kim to the Royal Palace the previous afternoon and had a pointless discussion with his brother, Kim’s father, which had resulted in a slanging match.
Pressmen he could not have slanged them worse.
By this, which was nothing but French, Thenardier recognized Montparnasse, who made it a point in his elegance to understand all slangs and to speak none of them.

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