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Definition of trouble and strife

trouble and strife


  • "trouble and strife" is Cockney slang for wife.

    One more beer, fellas, and then I'll have to go or I won't hear the end of it from the trouble and strife.

    Last edited on Jun 17 2017. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 17 2017.

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