Definition of Albee

Albee conj. means: Although; albeit.

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Albee conj. means: Although; albeit.

Meaning of Albee

Albee (conj.) means: Although; albeit.

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Albe (conj.): Alt. of Albee

Albee (conj.): Although; albeit.

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Meaning of Albe

Albe means: Alt. of Albee

Meaning of Albee

Albee means: Although; albeit.

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Meaning of Scapegoat

Scapegoat means: Hence, a person or thing that is made to bear blame for others.

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Meaning of Standard

Standard means: Not supported by, or fastened to, a wall; as, standard fruit trees.

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Unbethink means: To change the mind of (one's self).

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Slang words and meanings

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for coughs and colds, take beechams! means: Wordplay-employing phrase based on an advertising slogan. Used as a subversive means of insulting someone. The first two words spoken quickly i.e. 'for coughs', sounds like 'fuck off'). (ed: Beechams - for those who want to be bored - is the name of a cold rememdy in the UK. It used to be sold as 'little pills', then later in powwder form. As I recall it was mainly powdered aspirin)

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Angus means: Angus are a black breed of beef cattle.

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