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BUMMED. Arrested. BUMPER. A full glass; in all likelihood from its convexity or bump at the top: some derive it from a full glass formerly drunk to the health of the pope—au bon père. 49 BUMPING. A ceremony performed on boys perambulating the bounds of the parish on Whitmonday; when they have their posteriors bumped against the stones marking the boundaries, in order to fix them in their memory. BUN. A common name for a rabbit, also for the monosyllable. To touch bun for luck; a practice observed among sailors going on a cruize.
BOOSEY. Drunk. BOOT CATCHER. The servant at an inn whose business it is to clean the boots of the guests. BOOTS. The youngest officer in a regimental mess, whose duty it is to skink, that is, to stir the fire, snuff the candles, and ring the bell. —To ride in any one’s old boots; to marry or keep his cast-off mistress. BOOTY. To play booty; cheating play, where the player purposely avoids winning. BO-PEEP. One who sometimes hides himself, and sometimes appears publicly abroad, is said to play at bo-peep.
CAT AND BAGPIPEAN SOCIETY. A society which met at their office in the great western road; in their summons, published in the daily papers, it was added, that the kittens might come with the old cats without being scratched. CAT CALL. A kind of whistle, chiefly used at theatres, to interrupt the actors, and damn a new piece. It derives its name from one of its sounds, which greatly resembles the modulations of an intriguing boar cat. CAT-HARPING FASHION. Drinking cross-ways, and not, as usual, over the left thumb.