Reverse Dictionary: DEF – DEFH


DEFACE, DEFACEMENT – NOUNS
– a defacing or disfiguring; defacement, disfigurement FACING c1400 obs.
– defacement DEFACE 1556 obs.
– defacement, injury IMBLEMISHMENT 1529 obs.
 
DEFACE etc. – VERBS
– to deface, to blemish; to tarnish or spoil slightly by handling or use; to make the worse for wear TACHE a1700 Sc.
– to deface, to damage, to mar JIM (UP) 1913 Amer. dial.
– to deface, to spoil, to mutilate, to cut too short MANK 1710 Sc.
 
DEFAMATION, DEFAMATORILY, DEFAMATORY, DEFAME, DEFAMED, DEFAMER – ADJECTIVES
– defamatory; bringing disgrace or reproach OBLOQUIOUS 1611 rare
– defamatory by denial of desert; depreciatory, disparaging, derogatory, calumnious DETRACTORY 1585
– defamatory; having the property of defaming INFAMATORY 1612 obs.
– defamatory, malicious BADMOUTH 1970s sl.
– defamatory, slanderous CALUMNIOUS 1490
– defamatory, slanderous, calumnious DEFAMATIVE 1502 obs.
– defamatory, slanderous, calumnious DEFAMOUS 1557 obs.
– liable to be defamed DEFAMABLE 1570 rare
 
DEFAMATION etc. – ADVERBS
– defamatorily DEFAMOUSLY 1557 obs.
 
DEFAMATION etc. – NOUNS
– a ruining by defamation BACKCAP 1872 Amer. sl.
– defamation DEFAMY 1490 obs.
– defamation FAMATION c1325 obs.
– defamation SUGGILLATION;  SUGILLATION 1654 obs. rare
– defamation, slander; bearing of false witness or false presentments JURORY c1440 obs.
– defamation, slander, calumny DEFAME a1450 obs.
 
DEFAMATION etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– a person who defames; a slanderer DEFAMATOR 1704 obs. rare
– a person who defames; one who ‘blackens’ a reputation TAR-BRUSHER 1884
 
DEFAMATION etc. – VERBS
– AFAME  to defame 1375 obs. rare
– BACKCAP to attempt to thwart or ruin by defaming someone; to depreciate, disparage, or criticize meanly 1887 Amer. sl.
– BESQUIRT to slander, to calumniate, to defame 1682 obs.
– BLAD to abuse, to defame Bk1911 Sc. 
– BLECK to defame Bk1911 Sc.
– BLEEZE to spread news or scandal; to defame; to boast; to bluster …Bk1911 Sc.
– CALUMNIATE to slander, to defame; to make false charges against …M16
– CALUMNIZE to slander; to defame …E17 obs.
– CALUMNY to slander; to defame …E19
– CATAMIDIATE to put one to open shame and punishment for some notorious offense; to scorn, to defame …1656 obs.
– DEFACE to destroy the reputation or credit of; to discredit, to defame …1529 obs.
– DEFAMATE to defame, to slander …Bk1897 rare
– EENIL to be jealous, suspicious of; to defame, to slander …1825 Sc. obs.
– EINDLE to be jealous, suspicious of; to defame, to slander …1825 Sc. obs.
– FORGAB to defame, to publish the misdeeds of; to mock, gibe, deride …c1394 obs.
– ILLIFY to slander, defame, vilify, abuse; to speak disparagingly of …1862 Eng. dial.
– PAN to defame …1914 US sl.
– SCANDALIZE to slander, to malign, to defame, to ridicule …1844
– SCATHE to injure, to damage, to destroy; to defame …1859 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– SCLAVE to spread a story though gossip or tittle-tattle; to rumour-monger; spec. of malicious rumours, to slander, to defame, to calumniate …1825 Sc.
– SUGGIL;  SUGIL to defame, to revile …1539 obs. rare
– SUGGILLATE;  SUGILLATE to defame, to revile …1647 obs.
– TRADUCE to speak maliciously and falsely of; to slander, to defame …1525
 
DEFAULT, DEFAULTER, DEFAULTING – NOUNS
– FAILLZENCY default, failure …1710 Sc. obs.
– WANING default, shortcoming …c1320 obs.
– DEFAULTURE the act of defaulting; failure to fulfil an engagement …1632 obs. rare
 
DEFAULT etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– DEFAULTRESS a female defaulter …1736 rare
 
DEFEAT, DEFEATED – ADJECTIVES
– FRUSTRATORY tending to frustrate, balk, defeat, or make void …1529 obs.
– MARPLOT that mars a plot or defeats a plot or design …1850
– ON THE CARPET near or at the point of defeat, bankruptcy, or the like …1897 Amer. sl.
– ALL UP bankrupt, defeated, doomed to die …1818 UK sl.
– ASSED OUT defeated, out of luck, impoverished …1980s African-American sl.
– ASS-END-BACKWARDS defeated …1967 Amer. dial.
– ASS-END UP defeated …1960s sl.
– CHEWED angry, mad; defeated, beaten …1942 Amer. dial.
– CHEWED UP embarrassed, confused, discomfited, surprised; defeated, severely scolded …1843 Amer. dial.
– CREMATED badly beaten by an opponent; ruined by a bad business deal or stock-market collapse …Brit. sl.
– DEAD BEAT thoroughly defeated …1820 sl.
– DEFAITE defeated, vanquished …1597 Sc.
– DEFATE defeated, vanquished …1597 Sc.
– DONE LIKE A DINNER thoroughly defeated …Bk1999 Aust. sl.
– DONE LIKE A DOG’S DINNER utterly defeated …NZ sl.
– DONE TO A TURN defeated …Bk2006 US sl.
– KIPPERED utterly defeated or outwitted …sl.
– LANTED defeated; disappointed …1882 Eng. dial.
– LICKED defeated …1976 UK sl.
– ON TOP wrong; destroyed or defeated …1999 UK sl.
– SCAMBLED defeated in an intent …1790 Eng. dial. obs.
– SHUT-DOWN defeated …Bk1974 Amer. sl.
– SHUT-OFF defeated …Bk1974 Amer. sl.
– SKUNKED utterly defeated …1843 Amer. dial.
– TAZZED overmatched; defeated; unable to accomplish one’s purpose …B1900 Eng. dial.
 
DEFEAT etc. – NOUNS
– ASS-KICKING a beating; defeat …1943 Amer. sl.
– ASS-WHIPPING a severe beating; also, in a contest: a decisive defeat …1825
– AX(E) a finishing action, such as a dismissal from a position, defeat in a game, expulsion from school, rejection of a lover, etc. …1883 Amer. sl.
– BALK a hindrance, check, or defeat …1660
– BANG a drubbing, defeat …1644 obs. rare
– BANGING a beating, a thrashing; a defeat …1789 Eng. dial.
– BAULK a hindrance, check, or defeat …1660
– CAPPER a person or thing who beats all others …1790 Eng. dial.
– GAFFLE defeat, failure, betrayal …1990s African-American sl.
– HACK a state of embarrassment, confusion or defeat …1835 Amer. dial.
– HAMMERING a defeat, a significant defeat; a beating …1900 UK sl.
– JEOFAIL defeat, overthrow …1546 obs.
– KAFFERPAK a thorough beating, a thrashing; a comprehensive defeat …1930s S. Africa sl.
– LAMPIN’ a beating, a defeat …Bk1902 Sc.
– LICKING a reversal or disappointment; defeat or setback … c1800 colloq.
– MALVADERING a beating, defeat …Bk1905 Sc.
– SHELLACKING an utter defeat …1880 sl.
– SMACKDOWN a decisive or humiliating defeat or setback …US colloq.
– WHOPPING a severe beating or thrashing; defeat …19C colloq.
– EASYBEATS a team or opponent which is easily defeated …1990 Aust. sl.
– DEBELLATION a vanquishing or reducing by force of arms; a conquering, defeating, conquest …1526 obs.
 
DEFEAT etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– CAPPER a person or thing who beats all others …1790 Eng. dial.
– EASYBEATS a team or opponent which is easily defeated …1990 Aust. sl.
– SITTING DUCK one who is easily duped or defeated …Aust. sl.
 
DEFEAT etc. – PHRASES
– IT IS ALL DICKY used to indicate defeat, ruin, or death …1788 sl. obs.
 
DEFEAT etc. – VERBS
– ACE-OUT to defeat; to take something away …1950s sl.
– ARSE to balk, to defeat …Bk1898 Sc.
– BAG ONE’S FACE to cover one’s head with bag, hence, to give in, to back off, to admit defeat …1984 Amer. sl.
– BAG ONE’S HEAD to cover one’s head with bag, hence, to give in, to back off, to admit defeat …1863 Amer. sl.
– BANG to defeat, to worst; to surpass, to excel, to outdo; to overcome, to overpower; to overwhelm…1604
– BEAT THE PANTS OFF to utterly defeat …1934 colloq.
– BLAST to defeat soundly in a game or contest …1968 Amer. sl.
– BLITZ to attack and defeat comprehensively; to crush, to overcome, to destroy …1940s sl., orig. US
– BLOW ONE’S DOORS OFF to defeat or surpass someone …Bk2006 US sl.
– BOWL OVER to defeat …M19 sl.
– BREAK A PERSON’S ASS to assault a person severely; in a weakened sense, to defeat or humiliate a person …1941
– BUST A PERSON’S ASS to assault a person severely; in a weakened sense, to defeat or humiliate a person …2005
– CABBAGE to destroy; to defeat …19C sl.
– CALL THE GAME IN to abandon one’s efforts; to admit defeat …1910s Aust. & NZ sl.
– CARVE to defeat decisively; to trounce …1884 US sl.
– CAST to defeat in competition …1610 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– CHAW UP to defeat or destroy completely …Bk1999 Amer. sl. 
– CHOP TO PIECES in fisticuffs or boxing: to defeat severely …L19 Aust. sporting jargon
– CHUCK IN THE TOWEL to admit or concede defeat …1915 sl., orig. boxing usage
– CHUCK ONE’S ALLEY (IN) to die; to acknowledge defeat …1924 Aust.
– CHUMP OFF to defeat in a verbal battle …1970s African-American sl.
– CLOBBER to strike someone; to hit; to thrash or beat up; to defeat; to reprimand or criticize severely …1944 sl.
– CREAM to beat the opposite team in a sporting event; to defeat someone; to outscore someone …M20 US sl.
– CRY UNCLE to admit defeat, to beg for mercy …1918 US sl.
– DAZZLE WITH SCIENCE to defeat by sheer brains …20C colloq.
– DEFAIL to overcome, to defeat …1608 obs.
– DIRT ONE’S BACK to throw one on one’s back in wrestling; to defeat one …1959 Amer. dial.
– DONKEY-LICK to defeat decisively …Aust. sl.
– DUST to bring to ruin, to defeat, to kill; to discard, to get rid of …1938 sl., orig. US
– DUST OFF to bring to ruin; to defeat, to kill; to discard, to get rid of …1938 sl., orig. US
– DUST THE SIDEWALK WITH to beat up thoroughly; to defeat comprehensively …L19 sl.
– EAT to defeat decisively; to trounce; to destroy …1803 US sl.
– EAT ACORNS to suffer humiliation; to accept defeat …1930s African-American sl.
– EAT ALIVE to defeat decisively; to trounce; to destroy …1914 US sl.
– EAT ONE’S LUNCH to best someone; to defeat, to outwit or win against someone …Bk2006 US sl.
– EAT RAW to defeat; to destroy mercilessly …2003 Trinidad and Tobago
– EAT RAW WITHOUT SALT to defeat; to destroy mercilessly …2003 Trinidad and Tobago
– EAT SOMEONE’S COOKIES to defeat someone …1970s US sl.
– EAT SOMEONE’S LUNCH to defeat, to drub, to outdo, to injure, to beat physically; to make short work of …1959 US sl.
– EAT THE COOKIE to be vanquished; to endure defeat …1978 Amer. sl.
– EAT UP to administer a decisive or ruinous defeat to; to make short work of …1830 US sl.
– EUCHRE to defeat; to outwit; to swindle; to cheat, to trick …1853 Amer. dial.
– EUCHRE OUT to defeat; to outwit; to cheat, to trick …1853 Amer. dial.
– FADE to surpass, to defeat, to overcome, to outdo, to overshadow …1894 Amer. sl.
– FAN OUT to defeat or overcome in a fight …1879 Amer. dial.
– FIND THE BEAN IN THE CAKE gain an unexpected prize; to come to some unexpected good fortune; to succeed in defeating one’s adversaries …1874
– FIX SOMEONE’S CLOCK to finish someone; to do for; to thoroughly defeat someone …1904 Amer. sl.
– GET ONE’S BACON to discomfit; to defeat …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– GIVE A BLOODY NOSE to inflict a resounding defeat …1970
– GO SOUTH to be baffled or beaten …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– GO TO THE PACK to give up; to admit defeat …Aust. sl.
– GRAB BALDHEADED to defeat thoroughly, to thrash, to beat up; hence, to stun, to amaze …1918 US sl.
– GRASS to throw to the ground; to bring down, to defeat, to kill …1889 Amer. dial.
– GUB to hit a person, esp. in the mouth; hence, to defeat a team, player, etc. easily or overwhelmingly …1985 Sc. sl.
– HANG SOMEONE’S ASS to punish; hence to defeat thoroughly, to trounce …1961 Amer. sl.
– HOLLER CALF-ROPE to plead for mercy or admit defeat; to say uncle; to give in, to surrender; to capitulate, esp. in children’s games …1859 US sl.
– HOLLER UNCLE to admit defeat, to beg for mercy …1918 US sl.
– JERK BALDHEADED to defeat thoroughly, to thrash, to beat up; hence, to stun, to amaze …1886 US sl.
– KICK A PERSON’S ARSE;  KICK A PERSON’S ASS to defeat or humiliate; to exhaust or tire out 1855 colloq.
– KNOCK OUT OF THE BOX to defeat and eliminate; hence, to kill 1891 Amer. sl.
– LAM to defeat decisively, esp. in a fistfight; to drub 1848 US sl.
– LAMP to trounce, to defeat, to vanquish, to conquer Bk1902 Sc.
– LANT to vanquish, to beat, to get the better of Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– LAUGH ON THE OTHER SIDE OF ONE’S FACE to cry; to experience unexpected failure, defeat, or regret 1946 Amer. dial.
– LAUGH ON THE OTHER SIDE OF ONE’S MOUTH to cry; to experience unexpected failure, defeat, or regret 1843 Amer. dial.
– LAUGH ON THE WRONG SIDE OF ONE’S MOUTH to cry; to experience unexpected failure, defeat, or regret 1899 Amer. dial.
– LAUGH OUT OF THE OTHER CORNER OF ONE’S MOUTH to cry; to experience unexpected failure, defeat, or regret 1912 Amer. dial.
– LAY OUT to defeat, to overcome E19 sl.
– LAY OUT COLD  to knock out, to defeat E19 sl., orig. US
– LICK to overcome, to defeat, as in a fight, game, or contest …colloq.
– LICK THE PANTS OFF to utterly defeat …1925 colloq.
– LOSE to be much superior to; to overcome; to defeat easily …20C colloq.
– MAKE SOMEONE PISS to beat up; to defeat …1980s Aust. sl.
– MALLET to smash; to defeat …1982 Brit. sl.
– MASTER to defeat, to overcome, to best …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– MUCK to beat, to surpass, to ruin financially …M19 sl.
– MULLER to roundly beat the opposition in a physical fight …1997 Brit. sl.
– MURDERATE to murder; to defeat …sl.
– NAIL to defeat an opponent; to place in a finishing or inextricable position …1888 Amer. sl.
– NAIL ONE’S BOLLOCKS TO THE DOOR to physically beat up; to figuratively neuter and mentally defeat …1998 Brit. sl.
– NAIL SOMEONE TO THE CROSS to punish, to defeat in a decisive act; to castigate …L19 sl., orig. US
– NAIL SOMEONE TO THE MAST to punish, to defeat in a decisive act; to castigate …L19 sl., orig. US
– NOBBLE to sabotage, esp. to hinder or defeat a rival …1856 Brit. sl.
– NOSE OUT to defeat by a narrow margin …1934
– NUKE to thoroughly beat, to trounce …Brit. sl.
– PACK to defeat, to be superior to, or more enjoyable than …c1920 Aust sl.
– to utterly defeat someone in a fight; to thrash someone PAN 2002 UK sl.
– to die; to acknowledge defeat PASS ONE’S ALLEY (IN) 1933 Aust.
– to punish; to defeat, to overcome, to conquer PAY 1812 Sc. & Eng. dial.  
– to give a person a sound beating; to defeat a person utterly; to chastise soundly PIN SOMEONE’S EARS BACK 1941 Amer. sl.
– to defeat or beat narrowly PIP 1838 colloq.
– to defeat or forestall narrowly at the last moment PIP AT THE POST 1924
– to confuse; to confound; to defeat; to take advantage of; to overcome easily PLAY HORSE WITH 1900 US sl.
– to predict or will the failure of an enterprise; to bring defeat or failure on a person; later, to accuse, to blame, to condemn a person POINT THE BONE AT 1923 Aust. colloq.
– to defeat the plans or ruin the career of PUT BESIDE THE SADDLE 1579-80 obs.
– to concede defeat in a cowardly manner; to behave in a weak and effeminate manner QUICHE OUT 2006 UK sl.
– RAMSCOOTRIFY to defeat verbally …20C Irish sl.
– RAPE to defeat …1990s sl.
– RETURN BY WEEPING CROSS to regret deeply some undertaking, and repent of it; to be in a state of lamentation; to fail; to suffer defeat …1659
– ROLL ONE’S ALLEY (IN) to die; to acknowledge defeat …1919 Aust.
– ROT THE SOCKS OFF to defeat comprehensively …1950s sl.
– SACK to defeat in a contest, esp. in a game …c1820
– SAY CALF-ROPE to plead for mercy or admit defeat; to give in; to surrender; to say uncle …1859 US sl.
– SAY UNCLE to admit defeat, to beg for mercy …1918 US sl.
– SCHTUP to destroy; to humiliate; to defeat …1930s sl,. orig. US
– SCRAUNCH to defeat in a game; to overcome an opponent, esp. in basketball  …1934 Amer. Black student sl.
– SCRUMPLICATE to beat up, to thrash, to defeat …L19 sl.
– SEND TO THE SHOWERS to send off or eject someone from a match, race, or contest; to reject, overcome, or defeat decisively …1913 colloq.
– SET BESIDE THE SADDLE to defeat the plans or ruin the career of …1579-80 obs.
– SET DOWN to embarrass, to humble, to rebuke, to defeat …1934 Amer. dial.
– SHAFT to defeat, to defraud, to harm, to treat unfairly …1950s sl., orig. US
– SHELLAC to defeat; to trounce …sl.
– SHTUP to destroy; to humiliate; to defeat …1930s sl,. orig. US
– SHUT DOWN to defeat someone or a team in a sporting contest …Bk1974 Amer. sl.
– SHUT OFF to defeat someone or a team in a sporting contest …Bk1974 Amer. sl.
– SKIN to defeat decisively; to trounce …1862 Amer. sl.
– SKITTLE to kill; to defeat easily …1919 sl.
– SKUNK to utterly defeat; to outdo decisively; to vanquish completely; to overcome …1843 Amer. dial.
– SNATCH BALD to defeat thoroughly, to thrash, to beat up; hence, to stun, to amaze …1962 US sl.
– SNATCH BALDHEADED to defeat thoroughly, to thrash, to beat up; hence, to stun, to amaze …1866 US sl.
– STONKER to render useless; to put of action, to thwart; also, to kill, to destroy; to defeat or outwit …1919 Aust. & NZ sl.
– SWALLOW to accept defeat, i.e. in a game …20C
– STAND SOMEONE ON ONE’S EAR to knock down; hence, to defeat or overwhelm …1918 Amer. sl.
– STOP SOMEONE’S CLOCK to stop or defeat someone; hence, to kill someone …1947 Amer. sl.
– STUPP to destroy; to humiliate; to defeat …1930s sl,. orig. US
– TAIL to beat someone in a game by an overwhelming margin …1891 Amer. dial.
– TAILOR to beat someone in a game by an overwhelming margin …1891 Amer. dial.
– TAKE to overcome, to defeat, to kill …L19 sl.
– TAKE A FALL OUT OF to humble by defeating …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– TAKE APART to defeat convincingly …colloq.
– TAKE DOWN to humiliate, to defeat …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– TAKE IT ON THE CHIN to suffer a severe failure; to undergo complete defeat or frustration …20C Amer. colloq.
– TAKE OUT to kill, destroy, or defeat …sl.
– TAKE SOMEONE TO THE CLEANERS to defeat thoroughly, to trounce …1920s sl.
– THROW to hinder; to disarrange; to disappoint; to defeat …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– THROW IN THE TOWEL to admit or concede defeat …1915 sl., orig. boxing usage
– THROW ONE’S ALLEY (IN) to die; to acknowledge defeat …1903 Aust.
– TONK to defeat …colloq.
– TOSS IN ONE’S AGATE to die; to acknowledge defeat …1906 Aust.
– TOSS IN THE ALLEY to admit defeat …Bk1999 Aust. sl.
– TOSS IN THE TOWEL to admit or concede defeat …1915 sl., orig. boxing usage
– TOSS ONE’S ALLEY (IN) to die; to acknowledge defeat …1916 Aust.
– TRIM to beat, to thrash; to defeat in a game; to scold …1888 Amer. dial.
– TRIM UP to defeat in a game …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– WALK ALL OVER to defeat someone comprehensively …M19 sl.
– WALK AROUND to defeat easily …1900s sl.
– WALK INTO to defeat in a game of chance; to win money from …M19 sl.
– WALK OVER to defeat someone comprehensively …M19 sl.
– WALK ROUND to defeat easily …1900s sl.
– WALLOP to overcome, to surpass, to defeat …L19 sl.
– WAR to ‘worse’, to defeat in a contest or competition; to surpass, to excel …1483 Sc.
– WHACK to defeat, to beat in a contest …1877 colloq.
– WHIP to overcome, to vanquish, to defeat; to surpass, to outdo …1571
– WHIP A PERSON’S ASS to assault a person severely; in a weakened sense, to defeat or humiliate a person …1969
– WHUP to whip; to beat or defeat decisively …1890 Amer. dial.
– YELL CALF-ROPE to give up; to surrender; to capitulate, esp. in children’s games; to plead for mercy or admit defeat; to say uncle …1859 US sl.
– BE CATAWAMPTIOUSLY CHAWED UP to be completely demolished, utterly defeated …1852 sl.
– GO SOUTH to lose, to be defeated or incapacitated; to be beaten …1903 Amer. dial.
– TAKE IT IN THE EAR to be severely victimized or defeated; to be treated unfairly …1965 Amer. sl., esp. students’ usage
– TEAR ONE’S ASS to injure oneself; to get into trouble; to be overwhelmed and defeated …1750 sl.
– TEAR ONE’S ASSHOLE to injure oneself; to get into trouble; to be overwhelmed and defeated …1961 sl.
– TINE to fail to gain, attain or win; to lose the battle, to be defeated …c1250 chiefly Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
 
DEFECATE, DEFECATION – NOUNS
– ACCIDENT an unintentional act of urinating or defecating …1899 euphemism
– AH-AHS defecation …20C Brit. sl.
– ANDY CAPP defecation …Brit. rhyming sl. for ‘crap’
– ARSEWIPE anything used to wipe oneself clean after defecation; later, toilet paper …1677 sl.
– ARSE-WISP anything used to wipe oneself clean after defecation …1440 obs.
– BENDING DRILL an act of defecation in the open-air …1945 UK military sl.
– BIGGIES defecation …1953 Brit. sl., a children’s word or euphemism
– BIG JOBS the act of defecation; excrement …1971 UK childish usage
– BOG an act of defecation …20C Aust. sl.
– CACA defecation …20C sl.
– CRAP defecation …1926 sl.
– CUZ a defecation …19C Brit. sl.
– DANNY LA RUE an act of defecation …1980s Aust. rhyming sl. for ‘poo’
– DEPOSIT an act of defecation; dung; faeces …20C US sl.
– DUKER a massive bowel movement …20C teen & high school sl.
– DUMP an act of defecation …1942 sl.
– EARTHA an act of defecation …1950s rhyming sl. for ‘shit’ (Eartha Kitt)
– EARTHA KITT an act of defecation …1950s rhyming sl. for ‘shit’
– EASEMENT the relieving of the body by evacuation of excrement ….c1430 obs.
– EDGAR an act of defecation …1969 Aust. rhyming sl. for ‘shit’ (Edgar Britt)
– EDGAR BRITT an act of defecation …1969 Aust. rhyming sl. for ‘shit’
– EGESTION evacuation of the bowels, defecation …1547 obs.
– EGON (RONAY) an act of defecation …1990s rhyming sl. for ‘pony (and trap)’ 
– GAME OF NAP an act of defecation; excrement …1992 UK rhyming sl. for ‘crap’
– GRUNT a bowel movement …1960s African-American sl.
– HA-HA a defecation …L19 nursery usage
– HARD HIT an act of defecation …1978 UK rhyming sl. for ‘shit’
– KANGAROO SHIT defecation in a squatting position …1940s Aust. sl.
– MACARONI a piece of human excrement; hence, the act of defecation …1970s sl.
– NATURE’S CALL the feeling of a need to eliminate wastes; defecation or urination …20C US colloq.
– NEEDS defecation, urination …1297 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– defecation NUMBER TWO 1902 sl., child’s word or euphemism
– defecation NUMBER TWOS 1936 US sl.
– the requirements of nature; urination, defecation OCCASIONS 1698 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– an urgent desire to defecate ONE IN THE DEPARTURE LOUNGE 2000s sl.
– the voiding of ordure; defecation ORDURING 1654 obs.
– excrement; an act of defecation SHIT 1585 UK sl.
– defecation SHITE 1928 sl.
– the act of defecation, esp. for a man SIT-DOWN JOB 20C Brit. sl.
– defecation TOM-TIT 1943 rhyming sl. for ‘shit’
 
DEFECATE etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– one who defecates in a public place SHITTER 1960s sl.
– one who befouls his breeches; a coward SKITTERBROOK 1632 obs. rare
 
DEFECATE etc. – PHRASES
– refers to the need to defecate MUSTAFA CRAP;  MUSTAPHA CRAP 1930s Brit., chiefly services’ usage
 
DEFECATE etc. – VERBS
– ABORT to defecate immediately after anal intercourse …1970s US homosexual sl.
– ANDY CAPP to defecate …Brit. rhyming sl. for ‘crap’
– ANSWER NATURE’S CALL to retire to the W.C.; to defecate or urinate …20C euphemism
– BAKE IT to refrain from visiting the lavatory, however desperate the need to defecate …L19 sl.
– BE CAUGHT SHORT to have an urgent need to urinate or defecate …1890 sl.
– BE TAKEN SHORT to have an urgent need to urinate or defecate …1890 sl.
– BOG to defecate; to exonerate the bowels; also, to defile with excrement …colloq.
– BULBITATE to befoul one’s breeches …1623 obs. rare
– CACA;  KAKA to defecate …20C sl.
– CACK to void excrement, to defecate …1436 UK
– CACK YOUR DACKS to lose control of your bowels …1992 Aust. sl.
– CAK to defecate …15C UK
– CAPOOP to defecate …20C Amer. dial.
– CAST to void excrement …1704 obs.
– CHOKE A DARKIE to defecate …1960s Aust. sl.
– CHUCK A TURD to defecate …19C Brit. sl.
– CLART to defecate …20C Amer. dial.
– CRAP to defecate …1846 sl.
– CUCK to defecate …E15
– DESPATCH ONE’S CARGO to defecate …1910s sl.
– DISPATCH ONE’S CARGO to defecate …E20 Brit. sl.
– DO A JOB to defecate …19C colloq.
– DO-DO to defecate …19C Brit. & US juvenile sl.
– DO IT to urinate or defecate …1922 sl., euphemism
– DOODLE to defecate …Bk2006 US sl.
– DOO-DOO to defecate …19C Brit. & US juvenile sl.
– DOOK to defecate …1990s sl.
– DO ONE’S BUSINESS to defecate …1645 euphemism
– DO ONE’S DIRTY to defecate …1970s US sl.
– DO ONE’S DUTY to defecate, to urinate …1935 euphemism
– DO ONE’S EASE to relieve the bowels …c1645 obs.
– DO ONE’S EASEMENT to relieve the bowels …1634 obs.
– DO ONE’S NEEDS to void excrement …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– DO ONE’S NO-MANNERS to defecate …1980s sl.
– DO POO-POO(S) to defecate …1976 sl., chiefly a children’s term
– DROP A DARKIE to defecate …20C Aust. sl.
– DROP A DEUCE to defecate …2003 US sl.
– DROP THE KIDS OFF to defecate …1990s euphemism
– DROP THE KIDS OFF AT THE POOL to defecate …2002 UK sl.
– DUKE to defecate …Bk2006 US sl.
– DUMP to defecate …1929 sl., orig. and chiefly US
– DUMP ON to defecate on …M20 US sl.
– DUMP ONE’S LOAD to defecate …Bk2006 US sl.
– EASE to relieve the bowels …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– EASE NATURE to relieve the bowels; to defecate …c1440 obs.
– EASE ONESELF to defecate or urinate …17C euphemism
– GO to urinate or defecate …1926 sl., euphemism
– GO FOR A HARD HIT to defecate …1978 UK sl.
– GO GRUNTS to defecate …1968 sl.
– GO POO-POO(S) to defecate …1976 sl., chiefly a children’s term
– GO TO CA-CA to defecate …L19 sl.
– GO TO QUAT to defecate …19C colloq.
– GO TO SIEGE to go to stool, to ease oneself; to defecate …c1400 obs.
– GRUNT to defecate …1967 sl.
– HANG A BOG to defecate …18C Brit. sl.
– IRISH SHAVE to defecate …E20 US colloq.
– JOE to urinate or defecate …20C US sl.
– JOHNNY TAPP to defecate …1980s Aust. prison rhyming sl. for ‘crap’
– KACK to defecate …15C UK
– KAK to defecate …1970s S. Afr. sl.
– KANGAROO IT to defecate in a squatting position, usually with one’s feet on the seat …1950s Aust. sl.
– KEECH to void excrement, used esp. of children …Bk1901 Sc.
– LAY A LOG to defecate …1973 US sl.
– MACARONI to defecate …1974 UK rhyming sl. for ‘pony’
– MAKE A MESS to defecate …c1972 Amer. dial.
– MAKE CACA to defecate …1980s sl.
– MAKE POO-POO(S) to defecate …1976 sl., chiefly a children’s term
– MISBEHAVE of children: to urinate or defecate in an improper place or at an improper time …1952 Amer. dial.
– NASTY to soil or make dirty; to defecate …1863 Amer. dial.
– NEST to defecate …1670 sl.
– PARK A DARKIE to defecate …1960s Aust. sl.
– PASS A STOOL to defecate …20C colloq.
– PAY A CALL to urinate or defecate …Bk1999 
– PISS BACKWARDS to defecate …L19 sl.
– POO to defecate …1980 euphemism, orig. a children’s word
– POOH to defecate …1980 euphemism, orig. a children’s word
– POOP to defecate …1903 sl.
– POST A LETTER to retire to defecate …L19 sl., chiefly Brit.
– REAR to void excrement …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– SCUMBER of a dog or fox: to evacuate the faeces, to defecate; also said of a person …c1400 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– SCUMMER to defecate; orig. said of a dog or fox …15C
– to defecate SHIT c1308 sl.
– to defecate SHITE c1308 sl.
– to discharge excreta SHOOT ONE’S BOWELS 1594 obs.
– to defecate SIEGE M15
– to defecate SINK A DARKIE 1960s Aust. sl.
– to void thin excrement; to have diarrhoea SKIT 1805 rare
– to void excrement SKITE 1449 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– to void thin excrement; to have diarrhoea SKITTER a1300 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– to defecate; to use the bathroom SMELL THE PLACE UP M20 US sl.
– to defecate; to use the bathroom STINK THE PLACE UP M20 US sl.
– STRAIN to apply force in an attempt to defecate …M17
– STRANGLE A DARKIE to defecate …1960s Aust. sl.
– TAKE A BOX to defecate …1990s Irish sl.
– TAKE A CRAP to defecate …1920s sl.
– TAKE A DUMP to defecate, usually in the sense of incontinence …1940s sl., orig US
– TAKE A SHIT to defecate …E17 sl.
– TAKE A SQUAT to defecate …1970s sl.
– TAKE THE KIDS TO THE POOL to defecate …1990s euphemism
– TOM-TIT to defecate …19C Brit. rhyming sl. for ‘shit’
– UNFEED to defecate …20C Amer. dial.
– to defecate UNLOAD 1940s sl.
– to urinate or to defecate WALK ONE’S DOG 1960s US sl.
– to cleanse oneself after excreting WIPE  20C colloq.
– to cleanse oneself after excreting WIPE OUT 20C US sl.
 
DEFECT, DEFECTIVE – ADJECTIVES
– ABORTIVATE imperfect, defective …c1630 obs. rare
– DEFAULTED having defaults or defects, defective …1580 obs.
– DEFAULTY faulty, defective; in fault …c1440 obs.
– IMPEDITE impeded, obstructed, hindered; having an impediment, defective …1544 obs.
– LEFT-HANDED crippled, lame, defective …1629 obs.
– MANK maimed, mutilated, defective …1513 chiefly Sc. obs.
– MANKIT defective, corrupt, cut awry, mangled …1928 Sc.
– MANKY of low quality; bad; inferior; defective; unsatisfactory …1958 Eng. dial. & colloq.
– PALIE defective, deformed, lame …1825 Sc.
 
DEFECT etc. – NOUNS
– BAUCHNESS want, defect of any kind, indifference …1727 Sc.
– BUG a defect in a machine …World War II Amer. sl.
– DEFAULT physical defect or blemish …1340 obs.
– EELIST a flaw, deformity, defect …1768 Sc. obs.
– HALT a defect …1790 Eng. dial.
– ILL-SIDE a defect, a blemish …1883 Sc.
– IMPEDIMENT something that impedes the functions or health of the body; a physical defect; an affection or malady …1542 obs.
– IMPERFECTIVE an imperfection, a defect, a fault, a blemish …1601 obs.
– MAR a fault; a defect; an impediment …1551 obs. exc. Sc.
– SCOTCH MARK some defect, physical or moral, which serves to distinguish some particular individual …Bk1904 Sc.
– TARE a moral defect …1630
– WANE lack, fault, defect …a1000 obs. rare
– WANT a defect, failing, fault; a shortcoming …1592 obs.
– WRINKLE a defect or problem, esp. a minor one …1643
– LARRY among pitchmen: a defective or worthless article offered for sale; broadly, anything unsatisfactory …1934 Amer. sl.
– NAUGHTINESS the state or condition of being bad, faulty, or defective in some respect …1550 obs.
 
DEFECT etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– SLIMSLACK a person who is mentally or physically defective …1600 obs.
 
DEFECT etc. – VERBS
– BODGIE to repair superficially; to quickly remove any obvious defects …20C Aust. sl.
– BODGIE UP to repair superficially; to quickly remove any obvious defects …20C Aust. sl.
– MANK to maim, to mangle, to mutilate; to make defective; to impair, to spoil …a1400-50 obs. exc. Sc.
 
DEFECTION – NOUNS
– DEFALCATION falling away, defection; shortcoming, failure, delinquency …1750
 
DEFEND, DEFENDER – NOUNS, PERSON
– HYPERASPIST a defender, a champion …1638 obs.
– MAINTAINER one who gives aid, countenance, or support to another; a defender and helper …c1330 obs.
– RAMPIRE a defender, a warrior …1555 obs.
– SAFEGUARDER a protector or defender …1534
– SAFE-KEEPER a protector or defender …1561 rare
– WARDEN one who guards, protects, or defends …a1225 obs.
– WARRANT a protector, a defender …a1225 obs.
– ZELATOR a zealous defender or supporter; one who zealously furthers the cause of …1460 rare
 
DEFEND etc. – VERBS
– BACK ONE’S PLAY to support or defend a person or statement …1930 Amer. dial.
– BESAY to defend …c1000 obs.
– BESTRIDE to stand over a fallen man in order to defend him; to defend, to protect, to support …1580
– DEBATE to fight for, to defend, to protect …1500-20 Sc. obs.
– FORFEND to secure, defend, or protect by precautionary measures …1592 now chiefly Amer.
– GET SOMEONE’S BACK to defend or protect someone …1990 US sl.
– HAVE SOMEONE’S BACK to defend or protect someone …1990 US sl.
– KEEP to defend oneself; to be on one’s guard …c1175 obs.
– PART-TAKE to defend; to take one’s part, to side with, to support, to champion …1861 Sc.
– PROPUGN to contend or fight for; to defend, vindicate (an opinion, doctrine or the like) …c1555 obs.
– SKERE to defend or save oneself …1390 obs.
– STAND IN THE GAP to act as defender …1535 obs.
– TAKE IN FOR to defend, to stand up for …1897 Sc.
– WACK IT OUT to defend or support successfully …1910s sl.
– WARD to guard, to stand guard over; to keep in safety, to take care of; to defend, to protect …a1035 arch.
– WARN to fortify; to protect, to defend …c1330 obs. rare
– WHACK IT OUT to defend or support successfully …1910s sl.
 
DEFENSE – ADJECTIVES
– GARNISHED prepared for defense …c1440 obs.
 
DEFENSE – ADVERBS
– FAST of defense or concealment: securely …1481 obs.
 
DEFENSE – NOUNS
– ADVOCATION the act of calling to one’s aid; an appeal for aid or defense …1598 obs.
– AEGIS a protection, or impregnable defense …1793
– GARNISON a body of men stationed in a fortress or other place for purposes of defense …c1386 obs.
– GARNISON defense; means of defense …c1386 obs.
– GARRISON defense, protection; deliverance, safety; means of defense …c1320 obs.
– PALE a limit, boundary; a restriction; a defense, safeguard …c1400
– PALLADIUM anything on which the safety of a nation, institution, privilege, etc. is believed to depend; a safeguard, protecting institution; means of protection or defense …1600
– VALLATION a ridge, wall, or bank of earth thrown up as a defense or protection; an earthwork or fortification of this nature …1664 rare
– WARD defense, protection, shelter …1582 obs.
– WARE watchful care, heed; safe-keeping, defense, protection …c893 obs.
 
DEFENSE – NOUNS, PERSON
– WALL a person who serves as a defense …1412-20
 
DEFENSE – VERBS
– GARNISH to furnish a place with means of defense; to garrison; to supply with men, arms, and provisions …a1400 obs.
 
DEFENSELESS- ADJECTIVES
– BARE defenseless, unprotected, deserted …1297 obs.
– NAKED unarmed; defenseless …1709-31 Sc. obs.
 
DEFENSIVE – ADJECTIVES
– ON THE BACK FOOT in a defensive position; at a disadvantage …colloq.
 
DEFENSIVE – VERBS
– GET ON THE PECK to assume the defensive …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– GET ON THE PROD to assume the defensive …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– HAVE A HAIR CROSSED to be touchy, sensitive, or defensive …1968 Amer. dial.
 
DEFER, DEFERRED – ADJECTIVES
– COMPERENDINOUS postponed, prolonged, deferred, delayed …1730 obs.
 
DEFER etc. – VERBS
– DALLY OFF to put off or defer by trifling …1574 obs.
– DRIFT to put off, to delay, to defer, to procrastinate …1584 Sc. obs.
– DRIVE TO THE LAST MINUTE to protract or defer as late as possible …c1880 colloq.
– ELD to put off to a later time, to defer, to delay …c897 obs.
– FURTHER to put an event further; to defer, to postpone …1529 obs.
– OFF to put off, to defer …1642 obs.
– PERENDINATE to put off till the day after tomorrow; to defer from day to day …1656 rare
– PROROGUE to put off for a time; to defer, to postpone …1453 obs.
– REFARD to defer, to put off …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– TAKE A RAIN CHECK to defer something until a later, unspecified time, e.g. parole …1930s sl., chiefly US
– TARRY to delay, to retard, to defer, to put off a thing or action; to protract, to prolong …c1320 obs.
– THOLE to wait, to stay, to hold out; to defer or deny oneself of a requirement …1691 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 
DEFERENCE, DEFERENTIAL – ADJECTIVES
– ASSENTANEOUS inclined to assent, ready to agree, deferential …1834 rare
 
DEFERENCE etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– OBSERVICER one who shows respect, deference or dutiful attention; an obsequious follower …1625 obs. rare
 
DEFERENCE etc. – VERBS
– BROWN to curry favour, to toady; to be excessively deferential or ingratiating …World War II Amer. sl.
– BROWNIE to curry favour, to toady; to be excessively deferential or ingratiating …1965 Amer. dial.
– BROWN-NOSE to curry favour, to toady; to be excessively deferential or ingratiating … 1935 sl.
– BROWN PAPER to curry favour, to toady; to be excessively deferential or ingratiating …1968 Amer. dial.