Slang definition of Squire

Squire means: Mildly drunk

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Squire means: Mildly drunk

Slang meaning of Squire

Squire means: Mildly drunk

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Meaning of Squire

Squire means: Mildly drunk

Meaning of squire

squire means: Noun. A term of address. {Informal}

Meaning of dapper

dapper means: adj as befitting someone who is very much the country squire — well-spoken, well-dressed and rather upper-class. Despite once having been a compliment, the recent unpopularity of the upper classes in the U.K. has made this a mild insult.

Slang definitions, words, phrases and meanings

Meaning of PUT IT ABOUT

PUT IT ABOUT means: Put it about is British slang for promiscuous.

Meaning of SUSS OUT

SUSS OUT means: Suss out is British slang for to work out. Suss out is British slang for investigate.

Meaning of WIPED OUT

WIPED OUT means: Wiped out is slang for exhausted. Wiped out is slang for intoxicated.Wiped out is slang for devastated, ruined, defeated.

Meaning of piss-head

piss-head means: Noun. A drunkard, a habitual drinker.

Meaning of kerb

kerb means: n curb. Not entirely sure how the different spellings arose.

Meaning of wingnut

wingnut means: Someone with excessively large or protruding ears (e.g. Prince Charles).

Meaning of hardcore

hardcore means: Explicit pornography.

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