RACK OUT means: Rack out is American slang for to lie down, to sleep.
RACKED−OFF means: Racked−off is British and Australian slang for irritated, disgruntled, annoyed.
RACKED−UP means: Racked−up is American slang for tense, nervous, worried.
RACKET means: Racket is slang for a scheme, dodge, trick, or the like.
RACKET−JACKET means: Racket−jacket is Black−American slang for a zoot suit
RACKS OF MEATS means: Racks of meats is London Cockney rhyming slang for breasts (tits).
RAD means: Rad is American slang for fine, excellent, fashionable, very enjoyable.
RADDIE means: Raddie is British slang for an Italian.
RADDLED means: Raddled is British slang for drunk, intoxicated.
RADICAL means: Radical is slang for very good; excellent.
Seen you in church in the Bald headed row means:
Anisophylleaceae means: A plant
Juanoxx means: Hombre de pana
Probity-Ringer means: Person who uses or expresses moral sounding values or principles to project themselves as righteous and virtuous, but in reality the individual holds no personal belief in these values, only insofar as to use them to claim the moral high ground in order to win debate
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