Slang meaning of Old maids

Old maids means: Prunes

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Old maids means: Prunes

Slang definition of Old maids

Old maids means: Prunes

More meanings / definitions of Prunes or words, sentences containing Prunes?

Prune (n.): A plum; esp., a dried plum, used in cookery; as, French or Turkish prunes; California prunes.

Arborator (n.): One who plants or who prunes trees.

Pruner (n.): One who prunes, or removes, what is superfluous.

Vinedresser (n.): One who cultivates, prunes, or cares for, grapevines; a laborer in a vineyard.

Cockaleekie (n.): A favorite soup in Scotland, made from a capon highly seasoned, and boiled with leeks and prunes.

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Meaning of Looseners

Looseners means: Prunes

Meaning of Old maids

Old maids means: Prunes

Meaning of Looseners

Looseners means: Prunes

Meaning of Old maids

Old maids means: Prunes

Meaning of Devils on horseback

Devils on horseback means: Prunes rolled in bacon, served on toast

Meaning of Devils on horseback

Devils on horseback means: Prunes rolled in bacon, served on toast

Meaning of LOOSENERS

LOOSENERS means: Looseners is American slang for prunes.

Meaning of anchor

anchor means: n. your child, or children (anchors) that keep(s) you from riding. "Wait till you anchors grow up, you'll have road rash for breakfast and prunes for dinner!" To be used as an endearing, not demeaning, phrase.

Meaning of Whistling

Whistling means: Whistling in a warship has always been strongly discouraged and as late as 1910 was a punishable offence in Training Establishments. The reason is fairly obvious - in the old days not only were all orders passed by means of a bosun's pipe (or whistle) and so whistling could lead to confusion, but also was a superstition that whistling brought wind which was not always welcome. Even nowadays, when becalmed in a sailing boat, an old sailor will stick his knife in the mast and whistle "for the wind". There was one occasion when whistling was allowed, even encouraged: custom ruled that a cook of the mess should whistle when stoning raisins or prunes when preparing a pudding, etc., to show that he was not eating them, but with the disappearance of cooks-of-the-mess, this too has lapsed.

Meaning of Prune

Prune means: A plum; esp., a dried plum, used in cookery; as, French or Turkish prunes; California prunes.

Meaning of Arborator

Arborator means: One who plants or who prunes trees.

Meaning of Pruner

Pruner means: One who prunes, or removes, what is superfluous.

Meaning of Vinedresser

Vinedresser means: One who cultivates, prunes, or cares for, grapevines; a laborer in a vineyard.

Meaning of Cockaleekie

Cockaleekie means: A favorite soup in Scotland, made from a capon highly seasoned, and boiled with leeks and prunes.

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