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The Outsiders: Slang Words

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Nicole Azubuike

on 5 September 2012

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Transcript of The Outsiders: Slang Words

The Outsiders Slang Words Page: Chapter One Page 1 Word: Lone it Definition: to do something alone. How it is used: " I had a long walk home and no company,but i usually lone it anyway." 1 2 Page: Chapter One Page 3 Word: Tight knit Definition: to be close to something. How it is used: " When you grow up in a tight knit neighborhood like ours you get to know each other real well." 3 Page: Word: Definition: How it is used: Chapter One Page 5 Cussed to use foul language. "One of them laughed and then cussed me out in a low voice." 4 Page: Word: Definition: How is it used: Chapter One Page 5 Slugged to be punched. "I heard a muttered curse and got slugged again." 5 Page: Word: Definition: How it is used: Chapter One Page 7 Blade a knife. " The blade must have slipped while he was trying to shut me up." 6 Page: Word: Definition: How it is used: Chapter One Page 10 Kicks fun or enjoyment. " He was still a junior at 18 and a half and never learned anything. He just went for kicks." 7 Page: Word: Definition: How it is used: Chapter One Page 11 Rumble a large fight. "A rumble when it's called is usually born of a grudge." 8 Page: Word: Definition: How it is used: Chapter One Page 12 Hacked off to be mad at something. " His mother ignored him except when she was hacked off at something." 9 Page: Word: Definition: How it is used: Chapter One Page 12 Tuff to look cool. " Tuff means cool, sharp like a tuff looking Mustang or a tuff record." 10 Page: Word: Definition: How it is used: Chapter One Page 14 Rolled mugged " His ring which he had rolled a drunk senior to get was back on his finger." 11 Page: Chapter One Page 14 Word: Broad Definition: A girl. How it is used: "That little broad was two timin' me again while I was in jail." 12 Page: Chapter One Page 14 Word: Boozed up Definition: to get drunk. How it is used: "I was planning on getting boozed up tomorrow night." 13 Page: Word: Definition: How it is used: Chapter One Page 17 You dig do you understand. "Don't take him serious you dig?" 14 Page: Chapter Two Page 20 Word: Fuzz Definition: The police. How it is used: "We left when the switchblades came out because we knew that the cops would be coming soon and nobody in his right mind wants to be around when the fuzz show." 15 Page: Chapter Two Page 34 Word: Jumped Definition: to be attacked by a group of people. How it is used: " and Johnny who was the most law abiding of us, now carried in his back pocket a six inch switchblade. he'd use it too if he ever got jumped again." THANKS FOR WATCHING HOPE YOU ENJOYED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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