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a toilet located in a small shed outside a house or other building; an outhouse privy
the act of prohibiting the manufacturing, storage, transportation, sale, possession, and consumption of alcohol prohibition
A freelance newspaper reporter or photographer stringer
Spend time idly or lazily loaf
an unprincipled person; scoundrel or rascal reprobate
A skunk pole cat
Very poor person pauper
Big lie whopper
a person who seeks to promote the welfare of others, especially by the generous donation of money to good causes philanthropist
Colored peaked cap worn by the army forage
Stay longer than intended tarry
Delight in one’s success with smugness or pleasure gloat
Framework of a bed-headboard and springs bedsteads
Little bits smithereens
Pass gently through the air wafted
Love seat settee
stealing pilfering
Strip of leather for sharpening straight razors strop
Long, rubber boots gum boots
Mites that live in tall grass and bite chiggars
Large bag made of burlap gunnysack
A room or large cupboard for storing food larder
Sailing ship used for trade galleon
Car built from 1909-1940 by Hupp Motor Car in Detroit, Michigan hupmobile
Young, female cow that has not borne a calf heifer
Strip of cloth or bandage used for a covering for the lower part of the leg from the knee to the ankle puttees
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Chewing tobacco chaw
Grace and elegance poise
Squat or crouch down hunkered
a four-wheeled wagon of simple construction meant to be drawn by a horse or other large animal. buckboard
give up, such as power or duties and obligations abdicated
a traveling bag or suitcase. valise
a block with a hard surface on which another object is struck. anvil
a bell tower belfry
a sheet or pad of blotting paper inserted into a frame and kept on a desk blotter
a specific type of lightweight worsted wool fabric and used for making ribbons and flags bunting
A person’s or animal’s buttocks. patooties
a machine or container in which butter is made by agitating milk or cream. churn
a pad or frame worn under a skirt and puffing it out behind bustle
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