Word of the Day: SHICKSTER

ETYMOLOGY
from shiksa (in Jewish speech, a gentile girl) 

EXAMPLE
“…The Parson is on the highfly in a fantail banger and a milky mill tog. He got the cant of togs from a shickster whose husband’s in a bone-box. He’ll gammon the swells. He touched one for an alderman the first ten minutes…”

From: The Sydney Slang Dictionary, 1880

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